Monday, 17 June we were invited to a masterclass organised by Wikipaella, DO Azafran La Mancha, Paco Alonso and with Raul Cob (Chef at Cap I Casal) and Juan Carlos Galbis, at the Marina Beach Club, who were to cook a traditional Valencian Paella. This was not a random `jolly´, but rather a serious event at which the message was put across about correctly selecting ingredients for the emblematic dish of the region and how by returning to their correct use […]
Yesterday 11 May saw the start of the Jornades Gastronòmiques in El Puig de Santa Maria which last until 1 May and […]
Journey to Verdú & Cantó Saffron Spain, in the prime on life, a young company more than 125 years old. VI vid reports from Novelda.
Once you get the door of Verdú & Cantó facilities located at Novelda, your mind takes you back to your first memories […]
Monday 4 March saw the Valencian Gastronomy competitions move on to Bétera and specifically Evenser Restauración on Mas Camarena. This restaurant set in the pine trees near the Technological park serves as both the restaurant for the gated housing estate and for many of the industrial and technological companies in the buildings alongside the CV35 heading West out of Valencia. This concurso saw 11 restaurants take part in one of the favourite events of the year. This seafood rice dish is named […]
Salvador Gascon, father of Valencian gastronomy, sadly passed away during the last year but his legacy, ‘Paella de Cullera,’ lives on! His […]
Following ‘Menja´t Meliana’, the 2nd year Meliana has celebrated a coordinated week of gastronomy in the towns restaurants, the event finished on […]
Palmera, a small town on the N322 near to Oliva played host to the first competition using citrus fruits as the protagonist […]