Join The Recipe Hunters in Galicia, Spain, as they discover the traditional recipes behind Galicia's most treasured dishes! Thanks to all of the Galician families who opened their homes & hearts to our community! And a special thanks to
Pelepau & Beladona for the Galician Music! Check out the films below to begin your adventure!
The taste of the sea
Join us as we forage the seashores of Galicia for seaweed and learn how to make a homemade seaweed and mussel empanada with Carmen, an artisan empanada maker.
Learn how to make Cañas with Blanca. Cañas are a traditional fried dough filled with a creamy custard. We call them Galician Cannoli!
Learn how to make Tarta de Santiago with Maria José. Tarta de Santiago or St. James Cake is a traditional pie that is made with almonds, lemon zest, sugar and eggs. It is a symbol of the city of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, Spain. Easy to make and delicious.
Alberto takes you hunting for Gooseneck Barnacles or "percebes," one of the world's most dangerous delicacies. Percebes grow in the intertidal zone, where fishermen risk their lives braving turbulent waves and slippery footing, to harvest their days' catch.
Maria Jose teaches you her family recipe for Almejas a la Marinera or Galician Fisherman Style Clams. The clams are boiled and then simmered in a delicious sofrito.