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5 Great Places To Eat And Drink In Seville, Spain

Will travel for tapas? Here are the 5 best spots.
Jun 5, 2013 9:01 am

Seville is a charming, colorful and uniquely beautiful city. Some describe it as the Paris of Spain, and others as the treasure of Andalucía. Though the world may argue what to call Seville, it is widely recognized as one of the best cities to dine in Spain. More about the city's bustling food scene and five restaurants recommendations, after the jump.

Wild Mushroom, Watercress And Blue Cheese Tart Recipe

A rich vegetarian quiche with Spanish flavors
Apr 11, 2013 1:01 pm
Photo: Emma Lee

Spanish Flavours is on our list of must-own cookbooks for this spring. London-based chef José Pizarro's volume of regional Spanish dishes from tapas and peasant dishes to restaurant-worthy composed dishes is our latest obsession. Next up: a delicious quiche with add-ins you won't find at your local brunch spot.

Pasta With Chorizo And Mussels Recipe

Master a pasta recipe from a Spanish chef
Apr 9, 2013 3:01 pm
Photo: Emma Lee

Spanish Flavours is on our list of must-own cookbooks for this spring. London-based chef José Pizarro's volume of regional Spanish dishes from tapas and peasant dishes to restaurant-worthy composed dishes is our latest obsession.

Braised Peas And Ham With Eggs Recipe

A simple Spanish meal for any time of day
Mar 23, 2013 10:02 am
Photo: Emma Lee

Spanish Flavours is on our list of must-own cookbooks for this spring. London-based chef José Pizarro's volume of regional Spanish dishes from tapas and peasant dishes to restaurant-worthy composed dishes is our latest obsession. First up: a super-simple dish for any meal of the day, accented by Serrano ham. 

8 Breads From Around the World

The bread basket can go global this Thanksgiving
Nov 5, 2012 11:01 am

If you grew up in this country, there’s a good chance that the bread at the Thanksgiving Day table was a plain, white roll or a fat, dense biscuit or – god forbid! – even a buttery instant crescent roll from the Pillsbury package. OK, that’s a guilty pleasure. But with so many breads in the world to choose from, why not show you guests your globe-trotting skills on Turkey Day. Here are eight ideas.

FR Style Inventory: Seamus Mullen

Craig Robinson, plaids, but no capri pants
Sep 6, 2012 10:01 am
Seamus Mullen

With New York Fashion Week upon us, we have style on the brain and decided to reach out to some of our favorite, and best-dressed, chef friends — to hear about their favorite designers and why it’s never OK to wear chili pepper pants in the kitchen. Next up, Seamus Mullen, chef-owner of Tertulia in New York City.

A Menu For This Weekend's El Clásico

Cristiano Ronaldo vs. Lionel Messi. Plus, snacks.
Apr 20, 2012 11:01 am

On Saturday afternoon, FC Barcelona and Real Madrid will face off in a match that can only be called one thing: El Clasico. It’s arguably the biggest rivalry in all of European sports—and quite possibly the world. Grown men cry when their team doesn’t take it. Or that could be the wine talking.

Seamus Mullen Does Not Call Himself Mr. Spain

After many visits to NYC's Tertulia, we sorta do
Apr 11, 2012 10:01 am

“I’m not even Spanish,” says a freckly Vermonter in a flat accent that hints of world travel. “But I speak the language fluently and I understand the culture very well.” Seamus Mullen knows a bit about the food, too. Food Republic talks to Mullen on the eve of the release of his book, Seamus Mullen's Hero Food: How Cooking with Delicious Things Can Make Us Feel Better.

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