First comes the Encants. In times gone by, when the ground was hard with frost, every Andorran family that could afford it would butcher a pig to keep them in meat through the winter. Traditionally, on Sant Antoni, people donated pieces of their butchered pork: ears, trotters, hams, chops, sausages to be auctioned for charity. …More
On January 17, La Seu D’Urgell celebrates Saint Anthony’s day with the preparation of more than 3,000 portions of escudella, the traditional winter dish of Catalonia, as well as neighboring Andorra. To prepare the escudella the city needs about 800 kg of vegetables, legumes, beef, pork and veal. The holiday starts at 12.00 with a …More
On 14th January, Encamp celebrates the Day of Escudella, the traditional Andorran meal, which is an integral part of the celebration of Sant Antoni day. On this day, in the central square of Encamp (San Miguel), starting from 13.00, the show starts. Escudella is a high-calorie soup made of boiled pork with vegetables.
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Andorra celebrates Sant Antoni by preparing 3500 national dish servings escudella on 17th, January. 14 restaurants in the historic center of the city will take part in this gastronomic tradition and offer complete meal with traditional desserts, tea and coffee (symbolic price).
The event starts at Guillemó place, at 13.00. This year Andorra celebrates its holiday …More