Miami’s interest for everything Spanish now reaches traditional cuisine found along the Camino de Santiago.

Author: Rosa María González Lamas/©ICEX

Originally published on September 26,  2016

A penthouse view of Miami Beach will be the tempting landscape of the 5th Interactive Cooking Demo organized by Tourspain Miami, that will have the tastes of the Camino de Santiago as inspiration for the culinary exercise.
 
Author of the recently published book Taste of the Camino, Chef Yosmar Martínez will lead the workshop designed for lifestyle, entertainment and culinary media from Miami, and also food and travel bloggers.
 
A spiritual and gastronomic pilgrimage, “Taste of the Camino” reviews some of the best known foods along the route towards the tomb of the Apostle St. James in Galicia. The recently launched 152-page book features 30 recipes, 60 luscious color photos and over 30 beautiful illustrations.
 
An olive oil tasting is also on schedule at this event to be held on October 6th at 1Hotels & Houses luxury real estate development in Miami Beach. The workshop is sponsored by Extenda, Marqués de Riscal wines, Castillo de Tabernas extra virgin olive oil, and Ibericoclub.com

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