Gastronomy

Streets with lanterns, booths, horses, food, gitana dresses, dancing, a good talk, happiness and laughter...We call it Feria de Abril (April’s Fair)! It is a profane festival that’s celebrated two weeks after Semana Santa (Holy Week). This year it’s the 3rd time it won’t take place in April as a...
Friendly barmen, religious art, jamón on the ceiling, customers sitting or standing in a bar... Welcome to the gastronomic life of Seville. This city is the perfect place to explore the Andalusian cuisine since it’s known as the world capital of tapas. First of all, where did the origin of these...
Now and them we organise amazing cooking classes when our clients ask, but was only a few weeks ago when we decided to offer "Traditional spanish cooking classes" from Sevilla4Real site. we know that gastronomy is a fundamental part of Andalusia, we are lucky to have an assorted gastronomy,...
As we promised, in this post we will talk about how Christmas is celebrated. Christmas is something that is lived in different ways in each continent, country, locality or even in each family. Therefore, I have written this post from my point of view, how I have enjoyed Christmas. First of all, I...
Christmas is a very special time and it is lived in different ways in each part of the world. In the future post, we will talk about how these holidays are lived in Spain.   But, today we have preferred to bring you a scrumptious TOP 5: CHRISTMAS SWEETS. Marzipan This Christmas candy is made with...
Last week we discovered a wonderful place in our city, In Pagés del Corro street, number 43, very near to La Anselma, , is a fabulous shop named CÓMETE EL MAR (Eat the Sea) , that  keeps many surprises.  Isabel and Santiago run the shop, and besides a very kind treatment, you can notice that they...