I’ll admit that having to trek through the city to three different grocery stores to find one ingredient makes for good exercise (and a decent way to learn my way around!). But when “one quick grocery shop” turned into the marathon of all errands last semester, I decided that this semester I had to stop wasting my time perusing all the aisles of Huelva’s grocery stores and cook more like a Spaniard. So, here is my little bucket list of things I’d like to accomplish in la cocina– suggestions are more than welcome, and I’ll keep the list updated as we go. Hasta pronto!
Comida Casera– My Spanish Cooking Bucketlist
•Tortilla (Spanish omelette)
•Espinacas con garbanzos
•Tarta de Santiago
That’s all for now…vamos a ver cómo va!
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