I see a crowd. What’s going on? La Boqueria is open. Continue reading Meat of the matter: La Boqueria
A museum of ham? Intriguing. Is it actually a museum? It’s packed. Everyone is eating and talking and laughing and enjoying themselves. Continue reading Eating on the (very) cheap in Madrid
Montrachet? First Growth Bordeaux? d’Yquem? And a home-cooked dinner to match? No pressure. Continue reading First Growth Fête
An aroma redolent of intercourse invades my nostrils: sweaty sheets mixed with truffle and earth. Whoa. It’s overwhelming. What is that fine funk? Continue reading Parisian cheese porn
I continue to devour this seemingly impossible burger, yet I don’t recall reading or hearing about where it hails from. How do they do it? This beats my own ground burger. Could it be The One Burger? Continue reading Lecosho: one burger to rule them all
A friend asks if I’m going to Madrid during a month-long trip to Spain. Why? “Because the oldest restaurant in the world is there and it’s excellent.” Continue reading Dining at the oldest restaurant in the world
My eyes start to water. It’s the spiciest food I’ve eaten and it’s not spicy. It’s salty, tart, tangy, garlicky and other, unknown flavors. I’ve never heard of the dish. It’s also true I’m 10 years old at the time. Continue reading Pseudo adobo?