Spaniards eat a lot of fish and seafood.
Bread and wine are part of every meal.
Olive oil is used extensively in Spanish cooking.
Meals & mealtimes in Spain area bit different than are own.
El desayuno is usually café con leche, tostadas,        or churros con chocolate. Mmm!!
El desayuno en un café en la Plaza de     la Universidad de Barcelona
The main meal of the day is eaten between2:00 - 3:00 pm. It consists of 1o plato (ensalada),         2o plato (carne), pos...
Una comida en un café en la Plaza de       la Universidad de BarcelonaCalamares, croquetas,   Lomo, huevos, patatas fritas...
La merienda is a small snack eaten around 5:00.  Chocolate con nata (un suizo)           y churros
La Cena is a smaller meal eaten between           9:00 & 10:00 pm.
Spaniards eat a lot of jamón.
A cold vegetable soup very popular          in the summer
Spain has many types of cheese, including quesoManchego from La Mancha.
patatas
Mezclar                     los huevosCocina las patatas     y huevos
Girar la             tortillaCocinar elotro lado
Lista para  comer!
Paella is the most famous and representative Spanish dish.    Its main ingredients are rice, chicken, seafood, tomatoes,ve...
Sandwiches made withcrunchy bread & filled with jamón, queso, tortilla de       patatas, etc.
café solocafé con leche   cortado
Bebiendo sangría, una bebida de vino tinto, azúcar y    fruta, en la terraza del Parador de Toledo
Tapas are tiny portions of food or appetizers.Rumor has is that the custom of eating tapas beganwhen a bar owner overlaid ...
Codfish
Jamon iberico y jamon york
Puntillas con padrones                       Chipirones plancha                       Champiñon plancha                   ...
Unas tapas en la Plaza Mayor en Madrid       Calamares fritos, aceitunas,            tortilla de patatas
En España hay muchoscafés al aire libre donde la gente se sienta para    comer, beber algo,  charlar con amigos y   disfru...
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  1. 1. Spaniards eat a lot of fish and seafood.
  2. 2. Bread and wine are part of every meal.
  3. 3. Olive oil is used extensively in Spanish cooking.
  4. 4. Meals & mealtimes in Spain area bit different than are own.
  5. 5. El desayuno is usually café con leche, tostadas, or churros con chocolate. Mmm!!
  6. 6. El desayuno en un café en la Plaza de la Universidad de Barcelona
  7. 7. The main meal of the day is eaten between2:00 - 3:00 pm. It consists of 1o plato (ensalada), 2o plato (carne), postre y café.
  8. 8. Una comida en un café en la Plaza de la Universidad de BarcelonaCalamares, croquetas, Lomo, huevos, patatas fritas esparrago, ensalada
  9. 9. La merienda is a small snack eaten around 5:00. Chocolate con nata (un suizo) y churros
  10. 10. La Cena is a smaller meal eaten between 9:00 & 10:00 pm.
  11. 11. Spaniards eat a lot of jamón.
  12. 12. A cold vegetable soup very popular in the summer
  13. 13. Spain has many types of cheese, including quesoManchego from La Mancha.
  14. 14. patatas
  15. 15. Mezclar los huevosCocina las patatas y huevos
  16. 16. Girar la tortillaCocinar elotro lado
  17. 17. Lista para comer!
  18. 18. Paella is the most famous and representative Spanish dish. Its main ingredients are rice, chicken, seafood, tomatoes,vegetables, olive oil, and paprika. The secret ingredient is saffron.
  19. 19. Sandwiches made withcrunchy bread & filled with jamón, queso, tortilla de patatas, etc.
  20. 20. café solocafé con leche cortado
  21. 21. Bebiendo sangría, una bebida de vino tinto, azúcar y fruta, en la terraza del Parador de Toledo
  22. 22. Tapas are tiny portions of food or appetizers.Rumor has is that the custom of eating tapas beganwhen a bar owner overlaid each drink he served with a slice of cheese or ham to keep away the flies. Tapas have developed over the years into a vast range of snacks to be accompanied by a glass of wine, beer or sherry. The variety of tapas is amazing; they can range from hams or mussels tostuffed anchovy olives or octopus. Many tapas bars specialize in their own small range of tapas.
  23. 23. Codfish
  24. 24. Jamon iberico y jamon york
  25. 25. Puntillas con padrones Chipirones plancha Champiñon plancha Brocheta de carne Tostada de pate de oliva Langoniza Patatas bravasChampiñon plancha
  26. 26. Unas tapas en la Plaza Mayor en Madrid Calamares fritos, aceitunas, tortilla de patatas
  27. 27. En España hay muchoscafés al aire libre donde la gente se sienta para comer, beber algo, charlar con amigos y disfrutar de la vida.
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