Antonio Banderas. Penelope Cruz. The architecture of Antoni Gaudi.
Sangria. Cava. Tapas. And melt-in-your-mouth Iberico ham.
I love all things Spanish.
When I spied the new “One Pot Spanish” (Sellers Publishing) cookbook by Spanish cooking authority Penelope Casas, it brought back delectable memories of my trip to Spain long ago, when I got my fill of seafood paella, briny olives, and bracing gazpacho.
Casas’ newest cookbook is filled with dishes easily made at home, including marinated chickpeas with capers and red pepper; lentil soup Madrid-style; and grilled fish with anchovy-caper sauce.
Enjoy my review of the book, and the recipe for pork tenderloin in pomegranate syrup at ProjectFoodie.com.