Visiting a Medieval Market in Segorbe Spain
– Visiting a Medieval Market in Segorbe Spain –
In the town of Segorbe in Castellon, Spain, they hold a medieval festival known as ¨Mercado de Maria Luna¨. This medieval festival is basically a market place and it´s celebrated once a year. It´s filled with little shops selling handmade goods, such as: soaps, jewelry, toys and much more. There are also some exhibition fights and a ton of food carts selling olives, homemade breads and Spanish cheeses. The point of this medieval market is to celebrate Spain´s historic medieval past. Check out the video below and tag along as we enjoy visiting a Medieval Market in Segorbe Spain.
Cookware that I use:
Swiss Diamond Chef´s Knife
Swiss Diamond Pans
Wood Cutting Board
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My name is Anthony and I studied and taught English in Valencia in the 80’s. I recently discovered your channel on YouTube and was carried back to Spain with each recipe I saw you prepare. I made the Guisado de Garbanzos as well as the Arroz Viudo. Both recipes came out perfectly and tasted wonderful…like Spain! Thank you for what you do and for returning me to España! I plan to prepare many more dishes from your collection. ¡Muchas gracias por tus recetas fàciles y deliciosas!16 . Jan . 2021
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I am so happy to hear that Anthony! Much love from España 🙂17 . Jan . 2021
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