Category: Foodstuffs

El maridaje de estos dos productos: el ron y el queso constituyen un ejemplo de tradición y calidad de dos productos que se realizan en el...

LA ALDEA ORGANIZA LA I FERIA DEL TOMATE PARA POTENCIAR SU USO GASTRONOMICO

El sábado 13 de mayo La Aldea de San Nicolás celebra su I Feria del Tomate, con el objetivo de mostrar los diferentes usos que tiene este...

QUESOS DE MOYA CON SABOR A CAMPO Y ESTRELLAS MICHELIN

La Villa de Moya sigue demostrando que las bondades paisajísticas y gastronómicas que ofrece a los visitantes locales y foráneos, van...

Gáldar celebra su Feria del Queso este fin de semana

El mejor escaparate a la labor artesanal y a la excelente producción de este municipio. Veinte años cumple la Feria del Queso de Gáldar...

Los quesos del norte premiados a nivel regional

Victorino semicurado ahumado elaborado con leche cruda de cabra, de la Denominación de Origen Protegida (DOP) Queso Palmero, ha sido...

Gáldar celebra su tercera edición de la “Noche de Vinos y Pinchos”

Nació hace tres años como resultado de una gran tradición y amor por la cultura del vino. La Noche de Vinos y Pinchos de Gáldar vuelve...

Guía celebra la Fiesta del Queso 2.016

El día 24 de abril se celebra en Santa María de Guía 39ª edición de la Fiesta del Queso. El alcalde Pedro Rodríguez resaltó durante...

Gáldar celebra la Feria del Queso

El próximo fin de semana se celebra en Gáldar, la Feria del Queso. El evento tendrá multitud de actos y se espera contar con la...

(Español) Los 18 pastores que aún practican la trashumancia en Gran Canaria, en un libro

(Español) Escrito por Yuri Millares y con un catálogo de imágenes de Tato Gonçalves, es un producto Pellagofio Ediciones patrocinado...

Arucas rum is stored in the oldest cellar of distillates in Europe

Arehucas Distilleries is also developing a wide range of spirits including rum honey (singular contribution of the Canary Islands to the...

Watercress springs in San Anton, singular gastronomic landscape of Firgas

Watercress grows wild in streams of clean water in several Canary Islands. At San Antón, a family of farmers is the origin of a unique...

The town of Valleseco transforms their pippin apples in an excellent cider

In 2009, half of the apple from Gran Canaria were here. In 2010 the Town Council has launched a cider house that already distributed the...

Character and freshness, the tasting of five wines of northern Gran Canaria

The semi-dry white Los Berrazales has been rated by the guide Peñín 2010 with a score of 89 over 100 and won gold medal in Agrocanarias...

Wines of northern Gran Canaria, author wines, romantic wines

The twenty-first century through the efforts of some entrepreneurs, the vineyard back to color the landscape of some farms in the region,...

Sustainability and health of spring water in Teror

The mineral waters of the island of Gran Canaria is famous for centuries, being praised by many European travelers. Most of the springs...

‘Suspiros de Moya’ (meringues), sugar and lemon delights

They have become quite famous in this village of Northern Gran Canaria. They are dry and crusty outside and lightly wet in the inside, and...

Transhumance, milking and milk from the PDO cheese “Queso de Flor de Guía”

Cheeses of this Denomination of Origin are made ​​with milk of migrating sheeps, traveling from coast to summit of the island each...

‘Queso de flor’ (Flower Cheese), the most original of Canary Islands

The originality of this cheese in the way they curdle the milk: most of the cheese makers use animal rennet, however the cheese “queso de...

‘Chorizo de Teror’, soft sausage intensely flavored

The most popular sausage in Canary Islands, related to the annual cycle of agriculture, is characterized by its soft paste, easy to spread....

‘Bizcochos de Moya’ (sponge fingers), differents from all

Bizcochos de Moya is a variant of a well-known recipe: bizcochos lustrados. However, in Moya they are made in a very different way and that...

‘Turrones’ (nougats) from Canary Islands, the summer candy

The 'turrón' from Canary Islands is the traditional candy on festivals and most of the festivals in Gran Canaria are celebrated in summer....

Coffee history and cultivation in Agaete

Coffee arrived to Gran Canaria in 17th Century from the Jardín Botánico de La Orotava (La Orotava Botanical Garden), Tenerife. In 2007,...