A taste of Asturian food at home. I research traditional Asturian foods and develop recipes that are friendly to American kitchens and sensibilities. Each entry has helpful tips on sourcing ingredients and making substitutions. Available both with background information on how the recipe fits into Asturian cuisine and life, and as a simple recipe.
In the conceyo of Aller, there is a dessert eaten these days only on a few holidays. The locals make it from bread crumbs, butter, and honey, fried together. They
Let’s dive into the murky world of Spanish one-pot cooking and see what we can fish out of the stew in the way of definitions. First, a warning. The Spanish
What’s better than fried potatoes when you’re having a beer or a cider? Fried potatoes with something tangy to dip them in! And what is better than that? Three things
Antroxu. Fat Tuesday. Mardi Gras. Shrove Tuesday. Pancake Day. No matter what you call it, it’s a party. And in Asturias, it means Frixuelos. That is the name, in the