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A Coruña to host a seafood-themed ‘food truck’ route.

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A route of ‘food trucks’ with seafood will pass through A CoruñaEFE

A Coruña will be one of the stops of the gastronomic routes that will start from Santiago de Compostela with ‘foodtrucks’ to encourage the consumption of seafood within the framework of the ‘Galicia tastes like the Sea’ campaign. The President of the Xunta, Alfonso Rueda, and the Regional Minister of the Sea, Rosa Quintana, have presented this Wednesday the itineraries of the routes, which coincide with many other Caminos de Santiago. The ‘foottrucks’ will first visit Galician towns and then head to other communities. Their final destinations will be Irún, Pamplona, ​​Seville and Valencia, respectively.

The four vehicles will travel almost 6,400 kilometers in these more than 250 municipalities that have around 13 million inhabitants and will remain in them for between one and three days. offering a tasting at noon and another in the afternoon. In total, almost 1,000 tastings will take place and more than 200,000 skewers will be served.

People who come close to these ‘foodtrucks’ labeled with the motto ‘Galicia Sabe aMar’ will be able to try some of the 10 recipes that are going to be made with certified seafood (such as cockles from Noia, tuna from the north, mussels from Galicia or fish and shellfish with the ‘pescadeRías’ seal), along with others from the land with denomination of origin such as broad beans, honey, peppers, cheeses, bread and potatoes.

different preparations

Thus, the promotion campaign of the Galician sea products –launched for the first time in 2021 to, among other objectives, pay tribute to thousands of professionals who during the pandemic worked hard so that Galician homes would not lack a fish dish– it will bring elaborations such as choco closer to the public with broad beans from Lourenzá, razor clams in Herbón pepper juice or pickled scallops with chickpeas.

With them, their quality and the great work carried out by the professionals of the different areas of the sea-industry chain in Galicia.

four tours

The first of the four gastronomic routes It will depart from Santiago de Compostela and end in Irún, after visiting cities such as A Coruña, Ferrol, Gijón, Santander, Bilbao and San Sebastián. This month its presence in Galicia will focus on Santiago de Compostela (from 16 to 18), Rianxo (19 and 20), Boiro (23 and 24), A Pobra do Caramiñal (25) and Ribeira (26 and 27).

The second route it will pass through Lugo, León, Burgos and Logroño before ending in Pamplona. In these first days he will visit Negreira (morning), Vimianzo (Friday), Zas (Saturday), Santa Comba (19 and 20), Coristanco (23), Cerceda (24) and Ordes (25 and 26).

The tercera ‘foodtruck‘ will have as main stops Pontevedra, Vigo, Ourense, Zamora, Salamanca, Cáceres, Mérida and Seville. However, his tour of Galicia will take him through Ames (tomorrow and the day after), Brión (on Saturday), Salvaterra de Miño (on Sunday), Teo (on the 22nd and 23rd), Padrón (24), Valga (25) and Caldas de Reis (26).

He fourth itinerary it passes through Astorga, Valladolid, Segovia, Madrid, Toledo, Albacete and ends in Valencia. Before making the leap to the national territory, he will visit Vila de Cruces this Thursday, Lalín on Friday and Saturday, Silleda on Sunday, A Estrada on the 22nd and 23rd, Ponte Caldelas on the 24th, Salceda de Caselas on the 25th, Vedra on the 26th and February 28 and March 1, Ponteareas.

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