I decided I guess I could tolerate a trip to Spain.
(Mind you, to this day, my parents never let me forget that I was worried about being bored!)
I ended up majoring in International Relations with a Spanish minor in college.
I consider them my 2nd family and I love them dearly.
They were kind, funny and did I mention my Spanish mom, Mari Carmen, was a fabulous cook?
My favorite memories from my time in Spain, center around food.
I would watch Mari Carmen cooking and I would take notes so I could re-create my favorite meals later. Of course, nothing has ever been as good as hers, but this recipe is a pretty close copycat!
Here are a few photos of my various trips to Spain and my Spanish family. O how I miss them!
Thanks for taking a walk down memory lane with me!
Hopefully I get to go again and visit beautiful Spain and mi familia espanola pronto!
This recipe is great because I always have the ingredients on hand.
Think of it as a Spanish quiche (with potatoes) or a potato omelette.
In Spain, it is typically eaten for dinner but you could also have it for breakfast or lunch.