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Happy New Year 2019 full of celebrations of family traditions! At the beginning of the Holiday season of 2018, Tatiana from 24joyzd.com and I we started an exciting Holiday adventure. The challenged involved cooking a family recipe. Why? Because we wanted to create awareness of...

Hello!!!!! In this blog post I want to invite you to participate in a Holiday cooking project lead by myself and Tatiana from 24joyzd.com. The idea of this project is that we all cook a traditional Holiday meal, invite our friends and/or loved ones over to...

Living the experience of La Boqueria market is like being transported to a culinary journey. All your senses get woken up and filled with excitement. It is truly one of the great food markets of the world! Right at the entrance, you find vegetables and fruits...

Last spring I joined a group doing a detox diet with Silvia Sagarra. Silvia is a natural health educator specialized in food intolerance, especially gluten. You can check her out at http://www.silviasagarra.com I have had for many years constant bloating of my belly right after eating...

Last Sunday we had a gathering with some school parents to welcome the youngest new kids in school and in the block! ;) . We call it a “butifarrada” (meaning a sausage feast), since the organizers of the event grill sausages for everybody. Then each...

The summer is about to finish but the weather is still warm in Barcelona. So we still have time to go to the beach and swim before we put on our jackets! A week ago we went to the town called Tossa de Mar, a town...

Starting at the end of June and lasting until the end of September we have plenty of festes majors (town festivals) celebrated all around Catalonia’s towns and cities. If you come to visit around this period, I’d recommend checking dates for the festa majors. If...

  Last week we had a visit from our good friends Agustí and Magda. We met a while ago in New York and food has always been a connection in our friendship :). Agustí is an amazing cook and one of his specialties is paella. So...

After spending 5 days in Costa Brava visiting medieval towns, fish towns, bathing in beaches and coves, taking lots of photos of and with Aina, boarding a pirate sailing boat, and treating ourselves with great seafood, we wanted to say goodbye by eating a nice...

With David’s parents still around, we rented a beautiful rustic house in a small, tiny town called Llofriu. The old town is quiet and very well preserved, and it is strategically located near some of the best beaches in la Costa Brava: Calella de Palafrugell,...

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