A Late Dinner, Discovering the Food of Spain

A Late Dinner

A Late Dinner, Discovering the Food of Spain

Foreigners visiting Spain often can’t seem to wrap their heads around the fact that we often eat dinner at 9, 10 and even 11’oclock at night. However, it doesn’t usually take long for them to get into the swing of this schedule, which also signifies longer days and more time spent enjoying their holidays and life in general.

Foods from Spain collaborator and English author Paul Richardson alludes to this fact in the title of his fantastic and highly informative book, A Late Dinner, Discovering the Food of Spain.

Published by Bloomsbury, this 300+ page book is a journey through Spanish culinary traditions and gastronomy, that takes readers on a regional and mouth-watering tour through the heart of Spanish cuisine.

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