What To Eat in Barcelona
We kicked off the week with a delightful culinary tour of Barcelona, one of Spain's most entertaining cities. Sitting right on the Mediterranean Sea, Barcelona is simply a seafood lover's delight.
Our trip began in Barri Gòtic where we stopped for a bit at La Colmena, a pastry shop that has been around for a century. After indulging in sweets we proceeded to discover wonderful cheese and chocolate shops.
Of course, we couldn't resist devouring local tapas and enjoying Spanish wine. For the low down on where to eat in Barcelona, check out our guide for foodies.
A Toast To The Great Gatsby
From Spain we went on to celebrate the new film version of The Great Gatsby starring Leonardo DiCaprio, which debuted at the Cannes Film Festival.
Based on the novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald the film is set in America during the 1920s and features an intriguing tale of a life of excess and doomed love.
In honor of The Great Gatbsy, we took a look at the popular cocktails of the era. We found classic recipes for Gin Rickey, Sidecar, Martini, Mint Julep and the Gimlet - all of which you'll find here.
Fat and Furious Burgers
All that traveling stirred our appetite so we made a pit stop to interview Thomas and Quentin, the talent behind the Fat & Furious Burger blog.
Thomas and Quentin are friends with a passion for creating the most bizarre burgers out there. When do they do it? During their lunch breaks.
Check out some of their amazing creations but be warned: you will get hungry.
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