‘Gastronomy’

Traditional Moroccan cuisine captures your senses

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Moroccan cuisine is a mixture of influences from a number of different cultures such as the Berbers, the Moors, the Middle East, Mediterranean and Africa, although it has its own personality as it never underwent Turkish influence, unlike other countries in the Maghreb. Moroccan cuisine is one of the most sensual in the world; it goes directly to the senses with a taste and aroma that not many international cuisines are capable of achieving. At the same time it is very simple to make and very familiar, as a Moroccan proverb says: “at mealtime, you don’t talk”. With the exception…

Discover Jamaican cuisine!

Jamaican cuisine is a mixture of African and English cooking, and even has Chinese influences. These cultures which have left their mark as they have passed through the country.  The majority of the dishes have an intense flavor due to the large quantity of condiments which are used to marinate them, although the most common ingredients used are as simple as cassava, corn, guava, meat, fish and vegetables, but all cooked in a very special way. One of the most famous is Jamaican Patty, a pie containing various fillings and spices. The crust of the pie is usually a blend…

An Iberostar Recipe: Cream & Crab-Stuffed Tomatoes

Looking for something light, healthy and different for the dinner table? Have we got a recipe for you! This tempting creation was a hit at our recent “Passion for the Palate“ event at Iberostar Royal Cupido in Majorca, Spain, where we launched our new Iberostar cookbook. Today we share with you the first recipe from this mouth-watering collection: a quick, easy and refreshing creation by chef Jan Rene Brack, perfect for a late Indian summer afternoon. Ingredients 4 tomatoes 1 onion 1 lemon 10 crab sticks salt & pepper For the cheese cream 0.4 cups (1 dl) milk 7 oz. (200 g)…