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Inside the Basque Kitchen: A Tour of La Madame in San Sebastian, Spain

Aiala Hernando Post a comment

What makes Basque cuisine so special? A San Sebastián-based photographer goes into the kitchen at La Madame restaurant to find out. More

The Cider Press: Spanish Sidra

Drinks Chris Lehault 11 comments

Rustic, musty and tart, Spanish cider (or sidra) is one of the great treasures of the cider world. Sidras tend to have a dominant wild yeast character and a dry, tannic finish. These ciders are fermented naturally, without any added sugars or sweeteners, and are usually still, not sparkling. Both Asturian and Basque ciders exhibit acidic, complex, and musty flavors perfect for fans of traditional Belgian Lambics. More

Txikito, New York's Introduction to Basque Food

New York Ed Levine 13 comments

If only they had named the restaurant something that's a little easier to pronounce and spell More

Dinner Tonight: White Bean Gratin with Red Peppers and Rosemary

Serious Eats Blake Royer 3 comments

A few things attracted me to this recipe: its supposed Basque originsambitious restaurants) -->, its easy preparation in a food processor, and a quick 15-minute cooking time. I imagined the gratin of white beans would be crusty and creamy, like... More

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