The island of Majorca is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe – but oddly enough, it is visited almost exclusively by other Europeans! It remains virtually unheard of in the US, but if you visit there in the Summer, you’re more likely to hear British English spoken around you than Spanish.
The cuisine of Majorca is simple, yet reflects the powerful dynamic of Spanish flavors. Seafood, almonds and herbs dominate the ingredients of this beautiful island, best exemplified in this delicious recipe from Britain’s “The Guardian” newspaper.
Enjoy and do try and visit the island sometime – you will thank me. 🙂
Battle on – The Generalissimo
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