“Spanish tapas“

Tapas literally means "lid". Some claim tapas came to be when a Spanish king was instructed by his physician to eat many small meals a day. Others claim tapas were simply small dishes placed on top of wine glasses to keep flies away.
Regardless of exact origin, tapas is a wonderful element of Spanish life, and one equally as enjoyable when recreated at home. We have included some of our favorites:

  • Manchego is Spain's most famous cheese. Produced in La Mancha in Central Spain, true Manchego is made from 100% sheep's milk. Taste Manchego for the first time and you will be surprised at how long the wonderful flavor lingers on your palate. It is an experience you will be drawn back to again and again.
  • Quince Paste is most often eaten with cheese. It offers a soft, sweet contrast to the slight saltiness of Manchego.
  • Jamon Serrano is a cured Spanish ham from the famed white pig, found only in Spain's mountainous regions. It is salted, hung in cool conditions, then cured for fifteen months, giving it a superior and complex taste. Essential for any tapas, it is especially delightful when served with Manchego cheese.
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