Fishing is a very important industry in this region.

21 Apr 2010


A misty region with strong winds and overcast weather makes for a kitchen that provides warming food like soups.

Because fishing is such an important industry, it stands to reason that fish will appear on the menu with great regularity – octopus in huge pots can be found at many festivals and is a favourite snack.

For the rest;  mussels, oysters, a huge variety of scallops and the inevitable sardine provides sufficient protein and omega 3 oils for a healthy diet.

Galician beef is popular throughout Spain and dairy products are plentiful.  Because this is the land of witches and druids, it’s to be expected that there are many fire drinks to ward off evil spirits (or the cold).

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