On one of our many culinary road trips through Spain we decided to stop at the Cenedor de amos, a culinary school and restaurant. It was in a sleepy small Spanish town, like many of the Barios in Spain. We stopped for lunch before driving to the next stop Santander. It was a beautiful building with large hydrangea plants that marked the entrance. The interior was elegantly country like. We were lucky enough to be sat under a skylight, an ideal environment for food picture-taking. (this was before Jose took over the role as food photographer haha) Anyways the food was spectacular! It was one of the more incredible meals of the trip. Below are some of the courses, starting with dessert first…
Nube de chocolate con sorbet de cacao
Chocolate cloud with cacoa sorbet.
Arroz con rellenas y “mojo” verde
Rice with squid
Helado de queso de cabra en aceite y aromaticos
Lomo de vaca pinta, costra de maiz y reduccion de cebollitas
corn crusted beef sirlon with and onion reduction
Turbot fish with onion and potato soup.
I fell in love with Turbot after this meal!
prawn tail salad
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