NATIONAL
TALES
ABOUT FOOD
An extra place at table or
know each other through
food
The small amounts of food that
are served in the pubs for going
with the drink are popular known
as “tapas”
The “tapas” be...
There is someone who
claims that the origin of
the “tapas” came due to
the following legend in
the 19th century:
Alfonso XIII went on a trip at
Andalucian lands…
He was tired by the journey; he entered in a
tavern in a village in Cadiz for drinking a cup of
wine
When he was being served his cup, a
wind blew by the window that
dragged something of dust and sand
of the beach
Quickly a waiter covered the cup of the
king with a slice of ham in order not to
enter either dust or sand into the cup of...
The king took the slice, shook it off and ate it
before drinking his wine. In this moment, all
asked for a cup, but also w...
The “tapas” can be cold or
hot.
Going to “tapas” is a
custom extended by all the
Spanish country.
CEIP TIERRA DE CAMPOS
(VILLALÓN DE CAMPOS)
SPAIN
Spanish national tale about food
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Spanish national tale about food

Comenius 2011-2013, Project: "An extra place at table or know each other through food", Spanish nationala tale about food by Comenius team from: CEIP Tierra de Campos, Spain, Coordinator Ana Maria Garcia Juan
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Transcripts - Spanish national tale about food

  • 1. NATIONAL TALES ABOUT FOOD An extra place at table or know each other through food
  • 2. The small amounts of food that are served in the pubs for going with the drink are popular known as “tapas” The “tapas” become an important part of the Spanish gastronomy.
  • 3. There is someone who claims that the origin of the “tapas” came due to the following legend in the 19th century:
  • 4. Alfonso XIII went on a trip at Andalucian lands…
  • 5. He was tired by the journey; he entered in a tavern in a village in Cadiz for drinking a cup of wine
  • 6. When he was being served his cup, a wind blew by the window that dragged something of dust and sand of the beach
  • 7. Quickly a waiter covered the cup of the king with a slice of ham in order not to enter either dust or sand into the cup of wine
  • 8. The king took the slice, shook it off and ate it before drinking his wine. In this moment, all asked for a cup, but also with “tapa” and this term is popularized until our days.
  • 9. The “tapas” can be cold or hot. Going to “tapas” is a custom extended by all the Spanish country.
  • 10. CEIP TIERRA DE CAMPOS (VILLALÓN DE CAMPOS) SPAIN