In Spain, tortillas are open-faced omelettes, usually made with potatoes and onions. They make an easy casual supper, a delicious breakfast or brunch offering, or great hors d’oeuvres. Spicy potato tortillas can be served hot or at room temperature. This vegetarian version is flavored with Indian spices; for a heartier dish, you can add to these spicy potato tortillas some diced ham, sausage, bacon or chicken. Leftovers reheat easily in a microwave or toaster oven. Recently I have been really enjoying vegetarian options, not because i want to give up meat anytime soon but mainly just to experiment with different options, and trust me, this Spanish recipe is really worth a try. Plus, if you have some random ingredients in the fridge, like eggs potatoes, salami and cheese, you can experiment and enjoy some time in the kitchen.
When Garrett Oliver says that beer is as old as civilization itself, he’s not kidding. Maybe that’s why, unlike the Olympics or World Cup, global beer supremacy is a difficult thing to quantify when borders are brought into question. If you’re looking at sheer production volume numbers, China is number one. If you’re looking at consumption per capita numbers, it’s the Czech Republic. But if you’re looking at quality, innovation, and the overall scene, the numbers are far from the only things to consider, especially given the rapid change in the industry in the past decade. We hit the statistics logs, critical ranking publications, history books, and bars (obviously) to come up with a list of which countries are doing good beer the most proud these days. Here’s the selection of the 10 best beer countries in the world.