Eating In Spain: Galicia Through Italian Eyes

By Ruth Tobias

Published on August 3, 2009

Menu Turistico--a blog written by two Italians with an appetite for great food and photos—has been enticing us with mouthwatering dispatches from across Europe. A recent post about a trip to Galicia featured shots of roasted crabs, prawns, and barnacles, as well as an impressive plate of fried pimientos de padron, that amazingly simple, salty snack that goes down easily with a cold cerveza. We've got a recipe for these delicious peppers, and La Tienda sells them. —Jayanthi Daniel

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