Friday, September 11, 2015

the best food in the world.

I am convinced that Spain has the best food in the world. Period. No exceptions. (Okay, maybe I say that about everywhere I go). But I'm serious, it was so good. And because I'm missing it so much, I figured I'd share with you all the kind of food comas I experienced while there.

PSA: I am not a food photographer...don't judge.

So, what is the food in Spain really like? What should you expect if you ever visit? A party in your mouth.

If you know me at all, you know I love bread. Too much. My teammates on the trip came to understand my true love for it when I finished off the bread baskets at our tables. Every meal. It's just that good. Put some of the world's best olive oil on it? Oh hang on.

Another thing that I love (maybe a little too much) is coffee. Oi vey. Some would take naps in the middle of the day, but I got a few people together and we walked to get coffee. It was definitely the better decision. The coffee in Spain is to die for. Strong, but oh so good.

We ate most of our meals at Moroccan restaurants, and I was pleasantly surprised. Cous cous, kababs, and of course some bread. But seriously, it was so yummy and such a treat.

On our last day in Spain, we visited an old, old town called Segovia. We ate a "normal" Spanish meal and it really was the best meal of the trip. My favorite dish was the risotto that I seriously didn't want to end. They don't make bottomless risotto, do they?

The day always needed to be topped off with something sweet. Ice cream, pastries, and everything else. Sometimes I didn't even know what I ordered, but it was still too amazing to be questioned.

So, if you ever get the chance to go to Spain, know that you'll walk a lot, and eat even more. But seriously. Have you ever been to Spain? What are your favorite cuisines?

Is your mouth watering yet?

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