Eat and Drink

The three best lobster stews of Ibiza

Many restaurants in Ibiza offers the delicious lobster in different style, but a typical dish from the Balearic Island is the most simple one, the lobster stew known as ‘La Caldereta de Langosta’. Mediterranean food is simple and inexpensive in its simplicity. Fresh ingredients are used to create the most …

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5 GLUTEN FREE CAFES IN IBIZA

Whether you’re eating gluten-free because you suffer from food intolerance or because you’re making the switch for lifestyle reasons, Ibiza has options that will work for you. Here are our 5 favourite cafes for gluten-free breakfast and lunch in Ibiza. Celicioso Location: Nobu Hotel Ibiza Best for: Gluten-free food About: The …

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Ibiza food: Garlic

Garlic lends its pungent deliciousness to some of Ibiza’s most iconic foods from bread dipped in aioli to seared meat drizzled in garlic sauce. The scent and flavour of garlic is great at any season, but it is especially good in cool weather foods like soups, stews, and stir-fries. Here …

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The 10 best burger spots in Ibiza

It’s not only the healthy food scene that has exploded in Ibiza – if you love meat, you know that also the burger scene is going through a revolution! How can you resist a juicy burger? Especially when it comes with all kind of mouthwatering toppings. If your taste buds …

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Ibiza foods: Almonds

One of the most iconic images of Ibiza is almond trees in bloom. This glorious sight occurs in late winter each year, with the almond orchards hitting their peak in February or March. Fortunately, we don’t have to wait that long to enjoy the delicious nuts. Almonds are a classic …

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How to throw a DIY pizza party

If you’re looking for a fun, all-ages winter activity that won’t break the bank, try a do-it-yourself pizza party. For less than the price of takeaway, and a lot more fun, you can host an entertaining evening that ends in a delicious meal for all involved. Here’s what to do… …

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How to eat seafood

Seafood is one of Ibiza’s culinary delights. However, eating it gracefully can be tricky. It requires more than a simple fork and knife approach, as anyone who ever confronted a crab or whole fish can vouch. Not only that, it often appears in festive situations where you’d like to appear …

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Traditional winemaking on Ibiza

Next time you enjoy a glass of wine or two, pause to think that winemaking in Ibiza is as old as the island’s famous salt trade. In fact, wine was perhaps more important than salt to Ibiza’s first major known culture, the Phoenicians. Josep Lluis Joan Torres is an expert …

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Ibiza food: aubergines

In autumn Ibiza fields and markets are full of the rich purple hue of aubergine — berenjena in Spanish. Not only are they beautiful to look at, they are fantastically versatile and nutritious. To help you enjoy the seasonal bounty, here are 12 fun facts about aubergines plus a recipe …

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4 Steps to Perfect Soup

Soup is wonderful. It is simple to easy, healthful, inexpensive (except for lobster bisque) and you can make plenty for leftovers. In other words, it is the ideal family food for autumn and winter. Assemble your essential cookware then follow these 4 steps to perfect soup. Step 1: Soup starter kit …

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