bizarre foods: Spanish honeymoon

Really Risa

churros con chocolat (fried doughnuts w/chocolate), Churrería la Fama, Zaragoza — the best way to start the day

Our introduction to Spanish food was, shall we say, challenging. On our first night in Barcelona we visited an amazing tapas joint (Quimet i Quimet) recommended by Anthony Bourdain, but our positive experience in the city ended there. We ended up eating a lot of jamón ibérico y queso (iberian ham and cheese) and had a horrid taste of paella. So when we arrived in Madrid (our third city) we decided to take a tapas foodie tour of the city. It was one of our favorite nights of the trip (despite the protests that prohibited us from getting a sweet taste of sherry at a bar blocked off by barricades). We met up with our guide, Kay, from Madrid Food Tour and another honeymooning couple from New Jersey for a night of savory…

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