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Tag Archives: La Boqueria
On my last visit to Barcelona, I went to the Boqueria to buy some bacalao from the Brandada Lady. They are almost exclusively ladies in the fish part of the market – perhaps in the old days the husbands caught … Continue reading
The Caga Tió or Tió de Nadal is a Christmas Yule Log specific to Cataluña and Aragon. Translated from Catalan, Caga Tió means, “shitting log”. I believe El Tió predates the introduction of Father Christmas to Cataluña and he performs … Continue reading
October 5th, 2013 It was Saturday and I wanted lots of quail for a barbecue tomorrow (we’d invited as many as 20 people potentially), so I needed to be at the Boqueria early. I was disappointed when trying to buy … Continue reading
October 3rd, 2013 After we’d visited the art fair and run up and down Paral·lel six or seven times to work off the amazing lunch at La Bodegueta, we though it best to visit the Boqueria and buy something for supper. … Continue reading