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    According to "The Art of Spanish Cooking" where I found this recipe, sherry does miraculous things to orange juice. In the USA, this drink is called a Spanish screwdriver. In Spain, a dry sherry would be used, but sweeter types are also good. Any convenient proportions can be used, and a combination of orange juice and soda can be substituted for the juice.

    Recipe #483087

    Refreshing treat during the 10 hot summer months we experience each year here in the south :-) Its quick and easy to toss together. You will need an ice shaver. I like it really tart, you can make it milder by adjusting the amounts of sugar and lime juice.

    Recipe #182125

    Recipe #483589

    From "What's Cooking in Portugal" by Saul Krieg. Porto, a vintage fortified wine, is made from grapes grown in the legally defined area 50 miles above Oporto, Portugal. Cobblers were popular drinks in the 19th century, consisting of a base spirit (originally some form of wine), sugar and fresh fruit.

    Recipe #482425

    A light and healthy breakfast of yogurt and fruit from a Portuguese recipe blog:

    Recipe #482701

    A creamy, frothy, lemonade drink. From Tudo Gustoso

    Recipe #483591

    Similar to a tapenade, you can spread this on any fish fillet or chicken, wrap in a foil pouch, and grill. This green-and-red flecked spread looks particularly pretty over a pink salmon fillet. It can also be used as a snack spread on crispy flat bread or crackers. From the "Caribbean Light" cookbook.

    Recipe #309523

    1 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    This is used in Spanish cooking, similar to curry powder, to season meat or vegies. Use as a rub on pork or chicken.

    Recipe #482928

    A merienda is a kind of high tea, common throughout Spain, taken between 5 and 6 p.m. In the provinces of the Basque country, according to "The Classic Cooking of Spain," ardangozatza is a drink that is typically enjoyed throughout the meal.

    Recipe #483189

    4 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    A twist on the Spanish tapa bar staple. Serve on crackers or bread.

    Recipe #482961

    1 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    A Spanish seasoning, used in dishes like patatas bravas. Use as a rub on pork or chicken.

    Recipe #482940

    This is a refreshing chilled drink to serve on hot summer days.

    Recipe #483136

    Found on Posting for ZWT8- Spain/ Portugal.

    Recipe #482370

    Great for summer, recipe courtesy of Spain GourmeTour magazine.

    Recipe #483605

    Thicker and richer than ordinary cocoa, Spanish cocoa powder is prepared with additional cocoa solids for an extra thick consistency. This makes for a great cup of mocha coffee, that is if you are a coffee lover! Perfect with cookies and sweets, from

    Recipe #483604

    Found on Posted for ZWT8- Spain/Portugal.

    Recipe #483214

    1 Reviews |  By CJAY

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    Recipe #482373

    A spicy sparkling lemonade. You can make this an adult beverage by substituting white Vinho Verde (a young semi-sparkling wine from Portugal) for the carbonated seltzer. CAUTION: Bird's eye chiles are very hot.

    Recipe #482878

    Did you know that olives are popular in Spain? The growing conditions are ideal, which makes the abundant vegetable show up in so many traditional Spanish recipes.

    Recipe #482035

    Malaga is a seaport on the coast of Spain where the people can get the shrimp right off the boats. This is the simple way they like to make it, served with crusty bread or over cooked rice.

    Recipe #482032

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