6 Top Spanish Food Blogs

Spain’s varied climate and geography supports the production of many local ingredients. This diversity gives Spanish cuisine its uniqueness from North to South and East to West.

This eclectic group of 6 Top Spanish food blogs and websites features a unique collection of recipes and stories about Spanish Food in English. So, whether it’ s paella or sangria, fish stew or frittata, they’ve got Spanish Food covered.

Jill’s Urban Food Crawls is the blog of Julia B. Wilde. Originally from Washington DC, Julia and her husband moved to Valencia, Spain in 2016.

Joy of Spanish Cooking is the food blog of Ivette from Catalonia. ‘In this blog, I would like to share the spanish cuisine with the rest of the world.”

My kitchen in Spain is the blog of the American-born journalist and cookbook author Janet Mendel who has lived in Southern Spain for many years.

    by JANET MENDEL on 24th February 2018 at 16:07

    Winter drags on. Today is grey, overcast and cold. Which puts me in the mood to simmer something savory all day—soup, stew or a braise. The warmth […]

The Spanish Recipes blog by Núria Farreguts displays stunning food photography alongside mouth watering recipes. “I want to share and let everybody know about our awesome Spanish Gastronomy”.


Núria says: “Blogging has taught me about patience, companionship, generosity, html code, new ways of communication, no friendship frontiers, culinary techniques, new vocabulary… and so many other fantastic things! I’m a better person now!!!




Spanish Sabores is the blog of Lauren Aloise. “I’ve learned to cook the most authentic Spanish recipes and started this Spanish food blog.”

Lauren says: “I am a professional eater, writer, cook, food tour operator. Fascinated by food and its history. I love: a gooey slice of tortilla, fish markets, homemade cocktails, train travel. I hate: Overhyped restaurants, wine snobs, long menus, mediocrity.”




Hola Foodie: Travelling Spain Through Taste by Lara and Eduardo are a young Spanish couple living and working in London. They love food, they love picking it, cooking it and then eating it.

They say: “We love travelling through Spain. And being Spaniards, of course we love eating our food too! Come and join our trips across our stunning country and let us show you some of its beautiful hidden corners whilst we introduce you to some of our favourite people.”

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