Recipe: Panellets

Nothing says fall in Barcelona like roasted chestnuts, sweet potatoes and panellets, a typical marzipan sweet of All Saints Day… Though Halloween has gained popularity in recent years, Catalan families continue to celebrate their traditional All Saints Day. And of course, no Catholic holiday is complete without its treat! Though there are many different types […]

Where to Eat in Barcelona: Sant Antoni

Barcelona is foodie heaven, and especially in the trendy Sant Antoni neighborhood. Though this small triangle on the edge of the Eixample district wasn’t always known for its foodie scene, recent developments and changes in the neighborhood (including the remodeling of the enormous modernist market, Mercat de Sant Antoni) have led to its present popularity. […]