Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Culinary highlights from Spain
Langoustines with lots of garlic and cilantro.
We ate at an Asian wok buffet place. Not exactly haute cuisine, but fresh and well-cooked food. (And kid-friendly.) Titus LOVED it, especially since it had both sausages (great ones) and meatballs on sticks.
Lamb chops with baked potatoes, and tzatziki. (Ok, so that was mostly Greek.)
Churros. I always get a bag when we're in Spain, and they're great when they're eaten just-made, still hot. I want to try making my own sometime!
A great salad with tomatoes, garlic, onion and sherry vinegar.
Titus eating paella. Yes, the recipe is coming!
And... as we walked hurriedly towards the gate on our way home, I saw... Starbucks. HELLO, Mocha Frappuccino!