Squid in American Sauce (calamares en salsa americana), produced in Galicia in northwest Spain. The tender squid pieces are one of the most popular seafood products in Spain; served in "American Sauce", a tomato-based sauce with onion and spices that's a kind of Spanish interpretation of spicy ketchup, this unique tapa is ready to serve straight from the tin. Or, try serving them warmed atop roasted potatoes along with a light lager.
You'll save 50% compared to similar squid in american sauce purchased elsewhere because we import them directly ourselves.
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Premium loins from Bonito tuna (Thunnus alalunga) line-caught in the waters of the Bay of Biscay and prepared in Basque Country. Described as “one of the great gastronomic pleasures of everyday life,” Bonito tuna is renowned for its delicate texture and flavor. For a simple pintxo flake apart the pieces with a fork and serve on crispy slices of toast with piquillo peppers, topped with a little of the... View full product details
Premium Cantabrian anchovies from the waters of northern Spain, wild-caught via sustainable fishing techniques and delivered fresh to the factory, presalted, cured in a "salmuera" brine of water, fat, and sea salt, and ultimately hand filleted and packed in olive oil. Cantabrian anchovies are renowned for their quality, meaty fillets ranging from reddish brown to light caramel with flavor that is the ideal balance of oil, sea salt, and fish; nothing... View full product details
Clams in Brine (almejas al natural), produced in Galicia in northwest Spain. Plump clams are picked from the sea and carefully cooked and packed in only water and salt to retain the flavors of the fresh catch. Serve with a spritz of lemon beside a cold lager to transport yourself to a table in a Spanish plaza, relaxing in the late afternoon sun. You'll save 50% compared to similar clams... View full product details