Spanish gastronomy is gaining space on Univates campus this week. Between August 7th and 11th, the Institution is holding, through a partnership between the International Relations Office (DRI) and the Gastronomy Program, the second International Gastronomic Week. On the occasion, Spain will inspire snacks and typical dishes, which will be offered in snack bars and restaurants on campus.
During the period, the snack offered will be the Spanish tortilla and the dishes will be chosen according to the availability of supplies in the restaurants. The options range from the Valencian paella, tuna tartare, wild potatoes, stuffed mushrooms, Madrilenian stew, zarzuela, gaspacho, fabada asturiana, stuffed potatoes up to the seafood paella, stuffed zucchini and Spanish tapas.
The activities seek to bring the academic community closer to international experiences, that is, to provide a type of cultural exchange without leaving home. The first Gastronomic Week was held in June, focusing on Mexican culture.
Each edition features dishes from a country that has universities partners of Univates. More information can be checked with DRI at (51) 3714-7019 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Text: Artur Dullius
Translation: Makeli Aldrovandi