Spanish cuisine consists of a great variety of dishes which originate from differences in geography, climate, and culture. It is heavily influenced by the seafood available from the waters that surround the country, and reflects the country’s deep Mediterranean roots. Spain’s extensive history with many cultural influences has lead to a unique cuisine with literally thousands of recipes and flavors. The essential ingredient in Spanish cuisine is olive oil because Spain produces forty four percent of the world’s olives. Therefore, olives probably will be served at a wedding Spain. However, butter is an important ingredient especially in Northern Spain. One popular custom at Spanish weddings is serving tapas, which are just appetizers. Sometimes, tapas are served with alcoholic drinks such as beer, wine, and sherry. Another traditional favorite that is served at wedding Spain is hot chocolate and churros, which are fried doughnuts. In addition, desserts such as tarts and cakes are usually saved for special occasions such as wedding Spain.
The cuisines of Spain differ widely from one region to another region. However, they all share certain common characteristics such as the use of olive oil as a cooking fat in such items as fritters. Olive oil is also used raw. Spanish cuisine usually involves the eating of bread at the vast majority of meals and the drinking of wine at most meals. In addition, garlic is used as a major seasoning in Spanish cuisine. Moreover, many types of salads are eaten in Spain during the summer months; therefore if the wedding Spain is held in Spain during the summertime then; don’t be surprised if salads are a part of the cuisine at the Spanish wedding. Plus, eating Spanish cuisine at a wedding Spanish will bode well for a Spanish marriage.