For Immediate Release Rediscover Spain with Food by National Geographic Traveler (UK) [nationalgeographic.co.uk/food-travel|https://www.nationalgeographic.co.uk/food-travel]

LONDON (June 1): Food by National Geographic Traveler (UK) is heading to Spain this summer, with a tour of some of the country’s most memorable culinary highlights.

The latest edition of this special series takes readers on a journey around one of the world’s most extraordinary gastronomic destinations – from the tapas trail of Granada to the vineyards of Catalonia and the orange groves of Valencia.

Glen Mutel, Food by National Geographic Traveler Editor, said: “In this issue, we celebrate all that is great about Spanish cuisine, from the simple to the sublime, and sometimes even the surreal.

“It’s so easy to eat well in Spain. Even if you’ve only been there once or twice, chances are you’ve dined in style, be it paella, tortillas, chorizo
or churros.

“But the great thing about having a country like this on our doorstep is that it offers the potential for discoveries for a lifetime, like the furanchos of Galicia – restaurants so unofficial they can’t operate only three months a year.Or the historic cider houses of the Basque region, where crowds gather to catch a golden arc of amber liquid in their glasses as it squirts from a freshly tapped wooden barrel.
Also in this issue, we explore the cuisine of Brittany, France, which brings sea and land together on one plate; head to the Greek island of Chios, for a family meal; and explore the street food stalls of Mexico’s foodie capital, Oaxaca. There is all that, plus the culinary specialties of Mumbai, Verbier and Edinburgh.
Plus, expect the usual combination of thought-provoking features and easy-to-follow recipes from world-renowned contributors.
Don’t miss:

• Deconstruct: Ramen, the story of Japan’s iconic noodle soup
• My Life in Food: comedian Tom Allen talks about learning to bake, Danish cuisine and roast chickens from his childhood
• Five ways with: author and restaurateur Alex Hely-Hutchinson on how to get the most from chanterelles
• Try it now: why now is the perfect time to start eating herring
• Recipe diary: four summer fruit dishes from around the world
• Make Perfect: tips for perfecting jollof rice
• Le Pionnier: Chef René Frank on the creation of CODA — the world’s first Michelin-starred dessert restaurant.

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