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Specialty Foods

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  1. Mitica Homemade Membrillo Quick View

    Mitica Homemade Membrillo

    Do like the Spanish: cook quince down with sugar and lemon - the fruit has enough pectin to gel up on its own - and serve with aged sheep cheese, Vella Dry Jack, and hearty Blues. Read More
  2. Torta Ines Rosales Quick View

    Torta Ines Rosales

    A century ago, in the Spanish village of Seville, an enterprising young Ines Rosales started making and selling lightly sweetened, crispy torta crackers – each delicate round wrapped with care in wax paper. Read More
  3. Matiz Sardines Quick View

    Matiz Sardines

    When it comes to fish in cans, Spaniards do it better. These delicate sardines from Galicia taste almost as good as fish straight off the grill, and don't have any of the oily or salty finish that makes other sardines so unpleasant. Moist and tender, they are tasty enough to eat all by themselves, but would add flavor to any pasta sauce, salad, or sandwich that calls for a hint of the sea. Read More
  4. Marcona Almonds Quick View

    Marcona Almonds

    In Spain, these are also known as the Queen's almonds. Whether you are a Queen, a Princess, or a Joker, you'll become addicted. Fried in small batches in sunflower oil and sprinkled liberally with sea salt, they are softer and sweeter than California almonds. Read More
  5. Spanish Pajarero Figs Quick View

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    Spanish Pajarero Figs

    Grown in Extremadura Spain, the Pajarero figs have thinner skins than their Turkish counterparts, which allow for more moistness and flavor to come through when you eat them. Read More
  6. ChocoHigos Quick View


    Handmade in Valencia, Spain, these bon-bons say it all in just one mouthful. Read More
  7. Piedras de Chocolate Quick View

    Piedras de Chocolate

    When we feel a little mid-afternoon peckishness set in here at Murray’s Cheese, we reach for 2 or 3 or 4 of these chocolate covered almonds from Spain. Read More
  8. Quicos Quick View


    Mix up your snack food habits and enjoy some tasty bites from Spain for the big game. Here's how they're made: Corn kernels are soaked in water, then roasted or fried to make them super crunchy and addictive. To seal the deal, they're also coated with chocolate and sprinkled with salt. Read More
  9. Chocolate Fig Bar Quick View

    Chocolate Fig Bar

    This bar from Extremadura, Spain, has received awards for its brilliance: juicy Spanish figs from the town of Almoharin, lush chocolate, and a hint of orange. We herby bestow the we-can’t-stop-eating-it award. Serve for dessert, beside your favorite blue. No preservatives or GMOs. Read More

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