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21 May

Cooking Your Spanish

  Are you bored of looking at textbooks, apps or academic classes to learn Spanish? Would you like to learn Spanish through a multisensorial learning experience? Cooking Your Spanish is a unique approach to learn Spanish while making tapas. Fun, tasty and social. Read more

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7 May

Cooking Your Spanish

  Are you bored of looking at textbooks, apps or academic classes to learn Spanish? Would you like to learn Spanish through a multisensorial learning experience? Cooking Your Spanish is a unique approach to learn Spanish while making tapas. Fun, tasty and social. Read more

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23 Apr

Cooking Your Spanish

  Are you bored of looking at textbooks, apps or academic classes to learn Spanish? Would you like to learn Spanish through a multisensorial learning experience? Cooking Your Spanish is a unique approach to learn Spanish while making tapas. Fun, tasty and social. Read more

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19 Mar

Cooking Your Spanish

  Are you bored of looking at textbooks, apps or academic classes to learn Spanish? Would you like to learn Spanish through a multisensorial learning experience? Cooking Your Spanish is a unique approach to learn Spanish while making tapas. Fun, tasty and social. Read more

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7 Dec

for children

This new year we have special workshops for children from KS2 and KS3. Every first Sunday of the month -starting in February- from 11 to 12.30 pm, learn Science & Spanish making tapas. In this content language integrate learning (CLIL) workshop, children prepare two healthy tapas and learn science concepts related to these tapas, based […]

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7 Dec

Fillet of beef Prince Albert

Fillet of beef Prince Albert is a method of preparing a fillet of beef (ternera) which was named (fue llamado) in honour of the husband of Queen Victoria. Essentially, it is a pounded  beef fillet (filete de ternera “golpeado”), rolled around a (enroolando ) filling of pate de foie gras (un relleno de foie gras), […]

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6 Dec

Bechamel

La salsa (sauce) Bechamel no es (is not) de origen francés, sino (but) italiano donde se conocía como (where it was known as) “Balsamella’. Fue importada (was imported) a Francia por el chef de María de Medici, segunda esposa (wife) del rey (king) Enrique IV de Francia y renombrada como (renamed as) “Bechame|” en honor […]

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