Barcelona: Discovering Catalonian Food

Barcelona, within the region of Catalonia is known in culinary circles as the capital of the Mediterranean diet. We’ll begin with a Marcona almonds tapa and a glass of Catalonian cava. Will prepare pa amb tomaquet tomato and garlic bread, butifarra amb mongetes (Catalan sausage with white beans), espinacas catalana (Spinach with pine nuts and golden raisin) and a Barcelona seafood fideuà. We’ll end the class by tasting the quintessential dessert crema catalana. Instructor: Luis de Haro



Start Date

March 6, 2020









Friday, 6-9pm. Mar. 6

Instructors: Luis de Haro


Luis de Haro

Luis de Haro was born in Madrid, and is a food connoisseur with a special interest in the complexity and variety of the regional cuisine of Spain. Luis examined and evaluated food and beverage departments of a multitude of hotels in America, Europe, and the Caribbean Basin, from 5-Star Conrad Hotel in Punta del Este, Uruguay to Sol Melia in Mallorca, Spain. In his travels through America and the Philippines, he identified the flavors of Spain and the influence of tapas in many of those countries. He believes in a practical and creative way of cooking that engages the cook wanting to explore with quality and healthy ingredients of the Mediterranean.