Barcelona Food Fair

Posted on July 9, 2015. Filed under: Just Fun, Spain | Tags: , , , , , , |

Spain food fest 2Olives!  Oh my!  On our first day in Barcelona we headed out on foot to see what we could see.  Almost right away we ran into a festive food fair with everything from artisanal cheeses and beers to huge crusty loaves of bread to this vendor of Spanish olive varietals.  I must admit I didn’t even know that olives came in orange!  For €1 we received the tumbler of olives with the toothpick AND a small tin of Malden salt.  Each type had a distinct flavor and texture.  What fun!

Before we were through we also had a fruit smoothie made only of fruit, luscious cheesecake without a crust (what a great idea), and locally produced beers.

Ok, although crowded, we were beginning to settle into Barcelona!

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I apologize for being off topic, but I would like to ask for your permission to use your Mont Blanc panoramic image in a promotional banner to be used at a trade show in Las Vegas. The booth will be selling scarves made from cashmere, silk and various other materials. All are made in Nepal and this will benefit a company and people in Nepal who are struggling to recover from the recent earthquake. Your consideration is appreciated. Thank you!

I apologize for responding so slowly! I pretty much took the summer and fall off from blogging, but I plan to resume now. Which Mont Blanc image are you talking about specifically? Do you still want it? I am inclined to grant permission, but please let me know. Thank you!

Thanks for the response, but it is no longer needed. Cheers!!

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