November 11, 2013

The Forest Feast: Orange Galette

by Erin Gleeson

Hola from España! To celebrate finishing the cookbook (yay!), we headed to Andalusia. We rented a little apartment in Sevilla which is such an idyllic town. Citrus trees literally line all the streets — it’s amazing! Around every corner you’ll find another tapas restaurant, with tables scattered over cobblestones, beneath citrus trees. Even the cathedrals have citrus orchards in their courtyards! I hear this region is known for it’s orange wine, but I have yet to try it.

Inspired by all the orange trees (both here in Spain, and in the Bay area right now) I wanted to share this Orange Galette recipe. I used a mixture of navel oranges, Cara Cara oranges (the slightly pinkish ones), and mandarins. I just love the warm cozy flavors of cinnamon and citrus in the Fall. I’ll take a slice with some of that delicious Spanish table wine, please!

    

*This article was first published on The Forest Feast. Photos by Erin Gleeson, styling by Anna Rosales

2 Comments

  • Marta
    Posted November 12, 2013 at 5:43 am

    Hello Erin! Wonderful pictures! I hope you’ll continue discovering more of our Andalusian treasures! Have fun!xx

  • Posted November 12, 2013 at 4:43 pm

    We had the most amazing time in your home land, Marta! The place is a total stunner. Thank you for all the suggestions- we used them! xxx

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