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Tasting Huesca, Spain's Culinary Delights

David Cicconi Café Juliana, the sister restaurant to Las Torres

Photo: David Cicconi

Huesca, Aragon's provincial capital, has long been known for its medieval castle. Now a group of innovative chefs is turning it into a pilgrimage site for food lovers. At Spain's oldest dry-goods store, Ultramarinos La Confianza, freshly baked bread shares shelf space with regional delicacies such as Somontano wine, pañoleta cheeses, and candied chestnuts.

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Destinations: Huesca

Inspired by: Huesca's Food Revolution — by Lisa Abend, Published Jan. 2006

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    Loarre Castle

    The Romanesque towers and 11th-century monastery at Loarre Castle are just 22 miles from town. The fortress juts out from a rocky precipice, giving

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    Ultramarinos La Confianza

    At Spain's oldest dry-goods store, Ultramarinos La Confianza, freshly baked bread shares shelf space with regional delicacies such as Somontano win

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    La Catedral de Huesca

    You can't visit the town without admiring the flying buttresses of La Catedral de Huesca, a Gothic church built on the ruins of a mosque.

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