Philippine Tatler Traveller

Ana Does Spain

My first trip to Spain was the year after my graduation from Le Cordon Bleu. It was the proper “post-grad” holiday. After experiencing the rigours of a culinary education, here was a country that showed me the wild possibilities of creating a dish and the fun that could be had while at it. Many visits to Spain since then have proved that there is always something new to discover, and each revelation—be it the satisfying simplicity of market tapas or a single dish perfected in a tiny provincial town—is amplified when the experience is shared with family.

Of course, there is nothing my sister Margie and I enjoy more than treating our cravings as a compass. Both of our fascination with flavours and celebration of comfort food are what our mum

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