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In Depth Semester Report on Spain

Spain’s Geography
Spain is mainly on the Iberian
Peninsula in the SouthWest corner of
Europe

Covers about 506,030 square
kilometers

Influenced by the Atlantic Ocean and
the Mediterranean Sea

There are currently 17 autonomous
communities and 2 autonomous cities

Major landforms include the
Andalusian Plain, Cantabrian
Mountains, the Pyrenees, Maseta
Central Plateau, Sistema Central
Mountains, the Sierra de Guadalupe
Mountains, and the Canary Islands

Climate has clear, hot summers in the
interior, more moderate and cloudy
along coast; cloudy, cold winters in the
interior, partly cloudy and cool along
coast

History of Spanish Food

Endless cultures, as they passed through or settled in Spain, have
influenced the history of Spanish food. The Phoenicians left their
sauces, the Greeks introduced Spain to the wonders of olive oil, and
Romans, Carthaginians, and Jews integrated elements of their own
cooking into that of Spain. However it was the Moors who, during
their centuries of reign, most impacted Spanish gastronomy. They
introduced fruits and light seasonings into the Iberian diet, as well
as combinations of fruits and nuts with meats and fish. Rice is a
genuine staple of Spanish gastronomy and therefore Spain’s vast
array of rice dishes, come straight from the Moors, as does the use of
saffron, cinnamon, and nutmeg.

Breakfast: Hot Chocolate

Dinner: Sangria

Lunch: Horchata

Spanish Beverages

Spanish Breakfast

Galletas · Magdalenas · Bocadillos
Churros con chocolate · Pan Con Tomate
Tostada con mantequilla y mermelada

Torrijas · Zumo de naranja

Spanish Lunch · Dinner

Paella · Albóndigas · Chicken Croquetas
Tosta de Boquerones · Tortilla Española

Arroz Cubano · Gambas al Ajillo
Tapas · Rusa Dorada del Horno

Spanish Dessert

Turrón · Crema Catalana · Polvorones
Flan · Empanada de Manzana

Dulce de leche · Natillas · Goxua
Ponche Segoviano

How to Make Flan

• 1/3 cup white sugar
• 7 ounces sweetened condensed milk
• 1 cup heavy cream
• 1/2 cup milk
• 3 eggs
• 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Prep:20 mins
Cook:1 hr
Total:1 hr 20 mins
Servings:8
Yield:8 servings

Link to Video

Link to Baked Flan Recipe

Spanish Funeral
Foods

Spanish
Restaurants

Pasto
Flan- 7,00€
Ph 911 104 072
Yelp: 5/5
www,pastomadrid.com
Calle de Lope de Vega, 15
28014 Madrid Spain

La Mallorquina
Flan- 6,50€
Ph 915 211 201
Yelp: 4.5/5
https://pastelerialamallor
quina.es/
Calle Mayor, 2 28013
Madrid Spain

InClan Brutal
Flan- 7,50€
Ph 910 238 038
Yelp: 4.5/5
Inclanbrutal.com
Calle Álvarez Gato, 4
28012 Madrid Spain

La Sanabresa
Flan- 7,50€
Ph 914 290 338
Yelp: 4.5/5
https://restaurantguru.co
m/La-Sanabresa-Madrid
Calle del Amor de Dios, 12
28014 Madrid Spain

La Tasqueria
Flan- 8,50€
Ph 914 511 000
Yelp: 5/5
https://latasqueria.com/en/l
a-tasqueria-and-javi-
estevez/#_=_
Calle Duque de Sesto, 48
28009 Madrid Spain

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