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Spanish Food FAQ - Is Spanish Food Spicy?

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Many times people ask if Spanish food is anything like the cuisines of Latin America? Quite often, people ask if it is spicy like many Mexican dishes are. The answer is – no, not really.

Like Italy and Greece, Spain has ancient roots in the Mediterranean. Spanish food is the product of influences of many cultures over thousands of years. The Phoenicians, the Romans, and the Moors all put their mark on the cuisine. Once the New World was discovered, many new and exotic foods started flowing into Spain from the Americas.

Fundamentally, Spanish cuisine is still Mediterranean cuisine. Although some dishes may contain hot peppers that originated in the New World, most of its cuisine is typically Mediterranean. The two basic ingredients in Spanish food and most foods around the Mediterranean are olive oil and garlic. Lamb and goat are common to most countries in the Mediterranean and are generally prepared the same - barbequed, roasted or stewed. All types of fish and seafood are still an …

9 Homemade Refreshing Drinks for Summer

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Do you wish to add a hint of innovation to your summer drinks ? Do you wish to try some easy to make and savory drinks this summer? You might wanna drink a little bit more in summers as compared to winters, so why not drink something that lowers your temperature and keeps your mind cool and relaxed. Refreshing Drinks for Summer I will provide you with nine innovative homemade summer drink ideas that are sure to refresh your body to keep it cool and fresh. 1) Mixed berry shake If you are fond of berries, then a mixed berry shake can be the perfect solution to beat the heat, this summer. These shakes are easy to make and are immensely delectable to drink. Simply blend strawberries and raspberries and then, mix it with water to create this shake. You can also add some mint sprigs to add a hint of innovation to this drink and make it all the more refreshing. 2) Mango Slushie Mango Slushie can be another viable option, if you are totally “gaga” over mangoes. Simply mix the mango pulp w…

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