For 21 countries Spanish is the official language. Can you name all 21? Go ahead an pull out your world atlas… it is the countries of: Andorra, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Equatorial Guinea, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela, Spain and is also an official language of Puerto Rico, USA. That is over 400 million people who speak Spanish across the world!
A variety of cultures are encompassed in the Spanish language, and through Cooking Up Cultures you can explore many of them. Let your taste buds lead the way!
Looking for a crisp, healthy recipe? You must try this one! The lime soaked onions with the juicy tomatoes and flavorful nopales will make you feel healthy just looking at it.
Instead of Fruit Cake we think it should really be called Summer Veggie Salad Mold to take on a picnic or to the pool. Regardless, this is such a tasty and refreshing treat eaten by Mexicans in the heat of summer. Even with the vegetables, your family will like it!
This is ideal for any occasion where two or more people are gathered. You can make it spicy or kid-friendly; make it in a crockpot or on the stove. All we know is the crunch from the tostada and lettuce into the tender flavorful chicken is beyond comforting…it’s a real happy meal!
A delicious egg dish that is completely satisfying, even has a little spicy kick with the two different homemade salsas!
For a hot spring or summer day, try out these two different types of gazpachos. One from Spain and the other from Mexico. Both are refreshing, cool and easy to store in the fridge!
Quite possibly the most refreshing meal you can eat when it is warm outside. Perfect with chips and an ice cold drink! Plus your family will love the tart and tangy flavor of the fish!
Make these in bulk because they will go quick! Perfect for lunches, snacks and on-the-go food. Healthy and delicious you’ve got to try these!
This is a fun group activity that will wow your family and friends. These are delicious little pockets of paradise and make great gifts!
Made from pantry staples, potatoes and onions, this dish is a comfort food to all Spaniards. It can be easily served on the side or as the main course.
Don’t let the ingredient list freak you out – it pulls together pretty quick! Get ready for a rich thick sauce that will have you licking your plate clean.
Eat these for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Prepared either spicy red or tomatillo green, this quick dish is sure to satisfy all hungry eaters.