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  • Fermoselle oil.

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    …(Castile-Leon) Oil from Fermosell is made in the place of the same name, in Los Arribes del Duero, Zamora. It is an extra virgin olive oil obtained from the 'manzanilla' olive variety. It has been known since Roman times, when the traditional method for making it in mills was already understood. The…

  • Baix Ebre - Montsia olive oil.

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    …(Catalonia) Olive oil coming from the oldest olive producing area in Catalonia, possibly planted by the Iberians. This is Extra Virgin Olive Oil obtained from the Farga, Morrut and Sevillenca olive varieties. The oil is produced in the province of Tarragona, where a total of approximately 48,000 hec…

  • Olive Oil.

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    …Olive oil is extracted from olives, the fruit of the olive tree which, together with wheat and vines, makes up the triad of Mediterranean plants. The composition of this fruit varies, depending on the type of olive, the soil, the climate and how it is grown. Olives are composed of up to 32% oil, wat…

  • Purple Garlic from Las Pedroñeras.

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    …(Castile-La Mancha) Garlic is one of the main condiments used in the cuisine of this country. The county of Las Pedroñeras is one of the main areas for producing garlic, which is of high quality. Originally from the East, it has been grown for more than 4,000 years and, as with the onion, many curat…

  • Benicarló artichokes.

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    …(Valencia) The artichokes grown in Benicarló are very famous because of their excellent quality, not just in our market but also in neighbouring countries like France, Italy and even Great Britain. Because of this, in 1998 the Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Ministry of the Valencian regional govern…

  • Majorca almonds.

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    …(Balearic Islands) Almonds are a purely Mediterranean product. They are an important fruit for the Balearic economy and for the islands' agriculture and are mainly used for making sweets. The Roman Empire was a great consumer of this fruit and it was probably the Romans who introduced its cultivatio…

  • Aragonese almonds.

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    …(Aragon) Aragonese almonds form part of the characteristic confectionery from the Autonomous Community of Aragon and, in particular, from the county of Maestrazgo in Teruel. These have been made traditionally since the Middle Ages and enjoy an excellent reputation throughout the country. It was the …

  • Alba de Tormes caramelised almonds.

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    …(Castile-Leon) There is evidence in the city archives that high quality caramelised almonds were already being made in the Benedictine convent of Santa María de Dueñas, in Alba de Tormes, Salamanca by 1835. They soon became famous throughout the county in direct competition with those made in other …

  • Artichokes.

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    …(La Rioja) Originally from Mediterranean Europe, artichokes are long-stemmed vegetables with spiny leaves shaped like pineapples. The edible part is formed by the heart of the flower. This vegetable has different characteristics depending on the variety involved: Brittany: thick, round and heavy; La…

  • Beans from Gernika.

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    …(Basque Country) This type of bean, of American origin, has been grown in this area since the 18th century. Nowadays it is the basis for many stew and casserole recipes. The Gernika bean is a pinto bean, magenta in colour with red or pinkish marks. It is ovoid in shape and between 1 and 1.5cm in siz…

  • Tudela Artichokes.

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    …(Navarre) The presence of artichokes in Navarre is very ancient. Their quality is exceptional. The Tudela artichoke Geographical Protection Mark covers only the Extra and First categories belonging to the native white variety. This variety has a circular hole in the top and is rounder than others. O…

  • Alajú.

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    …(Castile-La Mancha) "Alajú" is a sweet with a very ancient tradition that began to be made during the period of Arab domination. It is made of a paste of honey cooked with almonds, walnuts or pine nuts, toasted breadcrumbs and spices like cinnamon, clove or caraway. The mixture is placed between two…

  • Bierzo "botillos".

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    …(Castile-Leon) Bierzo "botillos" are tasty pork sausages, with the undisputed leading role in the cuisine of the county of El Bierzo. The "botillo" is a meat product made in the Leonese county of El Bierzo, with different parts from the butchering of the pig (above all ribs and tail), chopped up and…

  • Albacore tuna and blue-fin tuna.

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    …(Basque Country) Eaten fresh or preserved, the albacore tuna and blue-fin tuna have always been highly prized by the Basque people and linked to fishing since time immemorial. The albacore or white tuna (thunnus alalunga) and the blue-fin or red tuna (thunnus thynnus) are two of the best established…

  • Anchovies.

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    …(Cantabria) The anchovy, Engraluis encrasicholus, is one of the most popular fishes in the gastronomy of this country, especially in the provinces on the Bay of Biscay. A large number of processing industries have developed where the anchovy was the star product. 'Boquerón anchoa' and 'bocarte' in C…

  • Red scorpionfish.

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    …(Cantabria) This is considered one of the ugliest fish in the world, but behind this appearance is hidden a fine and exquisite flesh. Its recognition in this country's cuisine is recent. The unpleasant appearance of this fish prevented its culinary recognition until not long ago. Its recognition in …

  • Valls sweet onions.

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    …(Catalonia) The sweet onion or "calçot" is a tender, white, sweet spring onion which, flame grilled, is the basis for a "calçotada". It is a delight to taste, capable of satisfying the most demanding palates. Each of the shoots from a fully-developed white onion that has been replanted in the earth …

  • Brandy from Jerez.

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    …(Andalusia) Almost all the bodegas in the Jerez area make this distilled product, which enjoys great prestige because of its flavour and aroma. This brandy is made with spirit from Jerez wine in the same area where the wine is grown. The spirit undergoes an ageing process that lasts between 6 months…

  • "Bollo Maimón".

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    …(Castile-Leon) Also called 'Salamanca wedding cakes' or 'marriage sweets" because of their association with traditional Salamancan weddings, the "bollo Maimón" is a home-made cake with an ancient tradition.. Since the Spanish Golden Age, the presence of this cake has been common at celebrations and …

  • Borage.

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    …(Navarre) Borage has traditionally been a vegetable for local consumption but nowadays it is widespread. It can be found both fresh and preserved. Borage is a plant reaching a height between 50 and 60cm, with oval leaves covered with down. The stems are long and green. Normally, only the stem is use…

  • Bollu preñau.

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    …(Asturias) Delicious Asturian speciality made of bread stuffed with spicy sausage. Wheat flour bun that is stuffed with Asturian spicy sausage before baking. Since they are baked together in the oven, the sausage is impregnated with the flavour of the bread and vice versa. The result is exquisite. I…

  • Cured free-range ham from Extremadura.

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    …(Extremadura) One of the great treasures in the food store of Spain are the Iberian cured hams, among which the cured ham from the Extremadura meadow lands, protected under the Denomination of Origin, stands out. The Ham is obtained exclusively from pure Iberian pigs or crosses with at least 75% Ibe…

  • El Barco Beans from Avila.

    [Gastronomy]


    …(Castile-Leon) El Barco Beans from Avila are noteworthy for their excellent cooking qualities and good organoleptic properties. El Barco beans from Avila are dried beans from the 'Phaselous vulgaris, L' family. There are 7 varieties (White round, White kidney, Purple long, Purple round, Arrocina, Fl…

  • Trevélez cured ham.

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    …(Andalusia) The particular features of this cured ham are due to its special curing, carried out in unique climatic conditions, as Trevélez is one of the highest villages in Spain. Trevélez hams are guaranteed by the Food, Fisheries and Agriculture Ministry’s Specific Quality Designation, and contro…


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