Lanzarote’s Wine Culture

Lanzarote is a wine culture, and that means so much more than what you choose to wash your dinner down with. Here’s how the vine has defined the island.

Top 3 Canarian Ingredients

The Canary Islands lie between three continents that have shaped their cuisine – African goats have provided milk and meat since prehistory and the discover of the New World brought potatoes, tomatoes, peppers and more. Nevertheless, there are still some local ingredients that you could travel the world for a lifetime and never find an improvement on. Here are just three of them.

How to make Gofio Escaldado

Gofio is the toasted, milled cereal that is sold in every local supermarket, and whose taste every Canarian knows from the moment their mother mixes a little into the baby’s milk. Here’s a simple, tasty Canarian gofio side dish that accompanies most celebratory meals.

Top 10 Lanzarote products

Living on local produce has been a strong trend in food for years, giving rise to “locavores” and the Km 0 movement. Here’s our list of the top 10 Lanzarote products and a menu for the day made entirely from local produce.

How to make Caldo de Millo

This classic Canarian dish is a caldo (a hearty stew/soup) that’s full of flavour and goodness. This is one of those dishes that takes advantage of the fact that most stews, curries etc, taste better the day after preparation. Here’s how to make it at home.

How to make Gazpacho

Gazpacho is a Spanish summer classic – refreshing and delicious, it’s packed with fibre and vitamins and also perfect for vegetarians or vegans. Here’s how to make it at home.