The night and the waters of the Bay of Biscay are the protagonists of antxoa fishing. With the arrival of spring more than 160 boats set sail in search of this precious fish, which spends the winter in cold and very deep waters and travels to the Cantabrian Sea in search of more temperate zones. […]
Piparras, piperras, guindillas… The Guindilla de Ibarra is known by many names and, even so, it has been acquiring great fame all over the world. It has come out through the front door to build a path to almost worldwide fame, and in recent years has made a place for itself in restaurants large, small, well-known, modern, those of all life and, of course, in those that only offer quality.
For countries like Italy, Portugal or Spain, the custom of eating a small ‘piscolabis’ before lunch or dinner is common. However, many do not know why this…
We are in the middle of the Piparra season and both the sun and the heat help the plant grow. The form of cultivation varies according to the farmer, as there are those who grow them in greenhouses and those who grow them in open-air gardens.
We are still in summer and the high temperatures do not always help when it comes to cooking. Therefore, today we bring you three easy and tasty recipes to prepare any summer day with Basque Cantabrian White Tuna as the main ingredient. With these recipes, you will enjoy the food as they are fresh dishes perfect […]
The Cantabrian Sea has an extension of 800 kilometers and it is an extension of waters very rich in biodiversity and a source of fishing. The products from this sea have always stood out for their excellent quality. One of its main characteristics is that it has a quite pronounced depth, and its maximum depth reaches 4,750 meters.