Few things can be more delicious first thing in the morning than the aroma of a freshly-baked cake made with Olive Oil from Spain. And what could be nicer thangetting up on Father’s Day with the kids and secretly making this mouth-watering cake that will bring a big smile to dad’s face?
Warm weather has arrived, and with it, the time to make outdoor plans, breathe a little fresh air, and recharge our Vitamin D levels after the long, cold months of winter. It is the perfect opportunity to get out with your family and friends to have picnics in the country, hike trails and fire up the grill. We have a lot of ideas for preparing healthy and delicious food that you can take with you to any of these places. And don’t forget your bottle of Extra Virgin Olive Oil, to give it the final perfect touch and aroma.
Stop the clocks! When a good open toasted sandwich comes along, the time of day is the last thing you should worry about. Its delicious simplicity is ideal for breakfast, a mid-morning break, lunch, a snack between meals or simply to finish off a hard day’s work as part of a special dinner. Toasted sandwiches, just like tapas, are amongst the things that most of us just can’t give up. The secret?
It’s happened to us all before: we go to the refrigerator or pantry and have to start throwing away condiments, canned food, and other items that have gone bad. Sound familiar? I'm sure it does. What if we told you there is a product you can keep in your kitchen for a long time without losing its great properties?
After growing up in Barcelona, Spain, moving to the United Started definitely took some adjusting. And even though it’s been 20 years already (which I still can’t believe by the way!), I still remember some of the “challenges” I encountered.
Being pregnant and becoming a mum are two of the most important moments in a woman’s life, but it can also be a time of great uncertainty. One doubt that you may be confronted with is the diet that you should follow. During this time, you should eat adequate amounts of food that give your body and your baby’s body enough energy. Below is a list of important nutrients that you should include in your pregnancy diet:
Now that summer and its high temperatures are here, there is a higher risk of dehydration, especially for the little ones at home. This is why knowing the symptoms of dehydration, such as headache, dry skin or muscle cramps, are important for prevention.