Sangria is the perfect summer-y beverage for all occasions. This recipe uses blood oranges as a fun twist.
Did you know that more people speak Spanish than English around the world? With 400 million speakers, it’s the second-most spoken language in the world after Mandarin Chinese. Spanish is extremely versatile, and its idioms often reflect what’s most important in the culture where it is spoken. It’s no surprise […]
This month, we’re traveling to Europe and the Iberian Peninsula to discover Spain! A country rich in culture, flavor, and flair, Spain’s best-known dishes are famous for incorporating local ingredients with foreign influences and flavors.
Paella is quintessentially Spanish. This Paella Valenciana recipe incorporates both meat and seafood, and comes from Chef Jamie Bissonnette, the chef for our Spain box.
From kaffir lime leaves to quinoa and goldenberries, this article explores some of the delicious products that come straight from the earth.
There’s so many cool ways to use olive oil in the kitchen. Inspired by the rosemary-infused one in the Greece Box, here’s a list of our most creative ideas!
Migas con Huevos is a traditional Spanish dish that uses leftover state bread. Watch Jamie Bissonnette, curator of the Spain Box, make it using the products from the Spain Box!
Jamie Bissonnette of the Spain Box is an expert in nose-to-tail cuisine. Here, he tells Try The World about how he turned into a chef, and what he loves about Spanish cuisine.
Don’t be fooled by the unassuming packaging of the Ines Rosales treats from the Spain Box—the cortadillos (crumble cakes) made by this company bring a lot to the table. The Ines Rosales brand that we know and love today was started by an enterprising woman of the same name in 1910 in Seville, Spain. Her story begins with her legendary tortas and tortitas (cookies) that the company continues to make today. Read on for the full story.
Fear not! While this olive oil cake may have many components and steps, the basic recipe actually a lot easier to make than you’d think. Jamie Bissonnette, curator of the Spain Box, serves the full dish at his restaurant, Toro, though the cake is also delicious on its own served with coffee or tea.