Flores de Carnaval – Carnival recipe from Spain
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- Published on Friday, 10 February 2012 14:59
- Last Updated on 29 May 2019
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Another great Spanish recipe for flores de carnaval provided by Ole Kids.
Around February every year Lugo (Galicia, The green bit of Spain) dresses up to celebrate carnival.
Days of parties, competitions and becoming whoever you want to be or love to hate being.
My grandmothers 92 and 81 years old and their friends do not give up this party for anything in the world.
They cook traditional dishes, have parties and afternoon teas and are out and about in wacky costumes of the themes they choose each year.
Last year they were fisherwomen with flat baskets full of plastic or handmade fish on their heads, not many years ago my younger grandmother, when she was still in her 70s, spent a whole day being pushed around in an old pram dressed as a baby! She needed time to be able to walk again at the end of the day but anything for a good costume!
One of the traditional recipes in Galicia for carnival are these flowers. My grandmother made a power point last year so that her 27 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren could carry on making the carnival flowers in years to come.
Hope you like the video…would you dare to make them?…
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