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When I arrived in Seville, Spain, I had visions of enjoying a lovely glass of Sangria while sitting at an outdoor cafe while lazily watching the world go by. I quickly learned that Spaniards aren’t as enamored by Sangria as I had thought and that many restaurants peddle overpriced glasses to tourists. Instead, locals in …

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Albondigas en Chipotle or Meatballs in Chipotle Sauce, are a favorite comfort food in Mexico. This version is a recipe adapted from a friend in Mexico, who makes them at the request of her family at least once a month. The recipe combines rice along with equal parts of beef and pork to form the …

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Cim i Tomba is a type of fisherman’s stew from the Pyrenees region of Spain. Similar to “cioppino” in Italian cuisine or “bouillabaisse” in French cuisine, it’s typically made with a variety of seafood and often includes ingredients like fish, shrimp, mussels, clams, and various aromatic herbs and spices. Traditionally, fishermen who needed to stay …

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