Picos Camperos (literally meaning “country-style tidbits”) were originally made by bakers who rolled the remains of their dough into finger-sized sticks as gifts for neighborhood children. Today, they are a staple of Spain! These aren’t just any breadsticks: made with durum wheat, water and Spanish olive oil, they have a crunchy outside and delicate center with a beautiful aroma of fresh baked bread. Try them with a platter of Spanish hams, dipped in your favorite spread or on their own right out of the box!
Chef José Andrés was recognized by Time Magazine as one of the 100 people most influential in the world. He was the first Spanish chef to put our cuisine in the place that deserves.