Etiqueta 'Mallorca food'
Cristina Jiménez with her freshly made Mallorcan ensaimadas.

Cristina Jiménez with her freshly made Mallorcan ensaimadas.

Cristina Jiménez with her freshly made Mallorcan ensaimadas.

La Colmena 04/01/2023

Cristina Jiménez with her freshly made Mallorcan ensaimadas.

Lifestyle

Australia tucks into the best of the Balearics

“I wanted to pay tribute not just to Balearic pastries but to the Spanish classics as a whole and the response has been extremely positive; we’re sold out by midday.”

Humphrey Carter04/01/2023 09:24

Four generations have run and owned the El Bungalow restaurant in Ciudad Jardin, which is now facing demolition like many other emblematic establishments on the coast in Mallorca.

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Fight to save famous Mallorca restaurant from demolition

“After everything we and all the other businesses have been through during the pandemic, to emerge from it all and be slapped with the demolition order was extremely hard..."

Humphrey Carter15/11/2022 15:58

Mallorca's British Michelin Star chef Marc Fosh.

Mallorca's British Michelin Star chef Marc Fosh.

Mallorca's British Michelin Star chef Marc Fosh.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter 09/11/2022

Enjoy a taste of England in Mallorca.

Enjoy a taste of England in Mallorca.

Enjoy a taste of England in Mallorca.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter 04/11/2022

Food and drink

The Secret of Umami: Unlocking the Fifth Taste

Obsessive chefs believe that if you can find the perfect balance of the five basic tastes: sweet, salt, bitter, sour and umami, you’ll have some sort of culinary utopia!

Marc Fosh02/10/2022 15:14

Polls | 29/08/2022 12:08

What is your favourite Mallorcan dish?

481 votes
112 votes
23.28%
33 votes
6.86%
40 votes
8.32%
135 votes
28.07%
29 votes
6.03%
89 votes
18.5%
43 votes
8.94%

Food and drink

Summer Loving…

With such a tomato culture, it’s no surprise that Spanish growers produce some of the tastiest varieties in the world.

Marc Fosh20/08/2022 16:30

Food and drink

Introducing the ‘Pimiento de Piquillo de Lodosa’

‘Piquillo’ is actually the Spanish word for ‘little beak’, as these small, red peppers are shaped like the beak of a bird.

Marc Fosh01/07/2022 11:51

14th Editoin of the Cuina de Mallorca presentation

14th Editoin of the Cuina de Mallorca presentation

14th Edition of the Cuina de Mallorca presentation.

Jaume Morey 25/05/2022

Check your all inclusive alcohol limits

Check your all inclusive alcohol limits

Check your all inclusive alcohol limits.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter 12/05/2022