A little selection of recipes tested and approved by Tapas Shop. The Iberian pig and its use in cooking. Each season has its recipes, we suggest some of them.
Waking up in the morning among the Iberian pigs, surrounded by the Dehesa and its atypical landscape, or enjoy the friendliness and welcome of the inhabitants in the heart of the white villages of the Sierra, is an opportunity offered to any traveller or fan of gastronomy to discover this southern part of Andalusia...
The olive tree has shaped the landscape of the Mediterranean basin. Throughout the ages and during different civilizations, man has taken advantage of the fruit that comes from this highly iconic tree.
The drought is affecting more and more Andalusian land each year, without a regular return of rain, the dehesa (or the oak meadow that provides "bellota") is likely to be reduced, which will affect the work of the breeders and the quality of the bellota hams.
Presa Iberica is a tender, well-marbled piece that, due to its location. Our "Guide" to Spanish Cured Meats. Learn about the presa & lomito rom Iberian pigs reared in freedom.
Culinary expedition ! Visit to an Iberian pig farm followed by a visit to a ham-curing factory in Jabugo. See the installations of one of the best ham producers in the village of Cortoconcepción.
Learn the fundamentals behind Iberian ham, cured meats and wine pairing to create your own great pairings. Spanish Ham, with its sweet-and-salty richness, pairs best with wines that have a touch of sweetness, plenty of acidity and bold fruit.
Every Saturday morning, a colourful and flavourful market takes place under the plane trees on the Champ de Mars in Ariège. A massive market spreads along the riverbank.
The Sierra de Aracena, a forgotten corner of Spain, is fabulous walking country. Where can I Reserve a table for dining in Aracena, a circuit of the Sierra's villages, and, more enticingly still, around the restaurants and bars hidden.
A small village with a little over 300 inhabitants, Linares de la Sierra is only 7 kilometres from the urban area of Aracena and about 15km from Jabugo.
Visit the farm organic Montefrío. A unique property, land propitious for the breeding of Iberian pig, near Jabugo and Cortegana
In the center of Sevilla, you can see various food markets: the market of Triana barrio, the Arenal market, Calle Feria's market, ... But under the now-famous giant mushroom-like structure (las Setas) is hidden a wonderful food market not to be missed!
Every year during the holiday weekend of the Spanish Constitution, Cumbres Mayores, a small town in the north of Sierra de Aracena, celebrates the feast of gastronomy and therefore have chosen a single product in his honor: the ham. A great weekend, where numerous tastings are proposed around the ham to satisfy visitors from all over Spain and foreign tourists.
One of the classic Andalusian cuisine, it is also located in northern Spain (calling in this area, fabes). The beans with ham are prepared rather in winter and each region have its own variety.
In order to prevent fraud, to inform consumers and preserve the Iberian breed, a new quality standard (Royal Decree 4/2014) entered into force on 10 January 2014. It regulates and defines the characteristics quality and labeling of Iberian products: meat, ham, palette, and loin.