Sunday, 24 June 2012

What I ate today: Spanish cooking class at Cook & Taste

Frank Camorra was not wrong (of course). This was no beginners guide to Spanish cuisine, but rather an insight into how seasonal ingredients can be used in traditional ways to create exciting, delicious food. The Cook & Taste cooking school is housed in a beautiful old building, just off Placa St Jaume, but the kitchens inside are modern and very clean. Our chef/ teacher, Maria has an infectious enthusiasm for Catalan cuisine, and happily shared both family secrets and insider tips to Barcelona's food scene.

Anchos a la plancha con melon

Chupito de sopa de pimento roja

Paella de marisco

Paella de marisco
paella de marisco

Pana con Tomaquet

Crema Catalana
Crema Catalana


Cook&Taste said...

Hello Anna!

Your pictures are great!!! We're glad to hear you enjoyed the experience!!!
Thank you very much for your kind comments.
Have a great holidays!!!

Best regards,


Anna said...

Thanks! We had a wonderful time - an experience we will never forget. Have been making Pa amb tomaquet every day since :-)

Sergio Valles said...

absolutely gastronomes paradise

Hope to see more posting related to Food Tour Spain