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Madridfusión 2013 reveals food trends of this year

Monday began the international fair of culinary trends Madridfusión, involving more than 100 chefs with over 30 unreleased demonstrations, 40 presentations of new products and 18 workshops. The trends of the moment that Madridfusión 2013 has unveiled are: – The Bistronomic and haute cuisine with affordable products for all, to offset the economic downturn without [...]

by Andrea López
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Sweet wine Pedro Ximenez

I guess most of you know this famous sweet wine, but for people who do not know I’ll gladly explain it. The sweet wine Pedro Ximenez is made from grapes with the same name from certain regions of Spain, including DO Montilla Moriles and one of the most popular. It is a delicate grape variety [...]

by Andrea López
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Craft Beer “Bellveret”

This beer, which is from Xativa (Valencia), is made using traditional methods and in a natural way using two types of malt (Pilsen and melanoidin) and German hops (Hallertau). The taste is strong and slightly bitter, but as its creator, Ricardo Reig, says, not too much. And rightly, is the right hint, because what began [...]

by Andrea López
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Lomo Ibérico de Bellota

This Lomo Ibérico de Bellota with paprika and natural spices (loved for all the Spanish people) it’s produced artisanal in order to keep its traditional flavour with intense aroma and a pleasant texture. Another reason why this pork loin is so unique is because it’s made from Iberian pigs, which are exclusively fed by acorns [...]

by Andrea López
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The blog Monsabor, as its name indicates (Mon Sabor, world of flavors), was born with the aim of showing and sharing the Spanish food products that were also handcrafted, natural and flavored.

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