An idyllic place of the Catalan Pyrenees is the small town of Beget, near Camprodon. You will find there the characteristic and cozy restaurant Can Jeroni, opened at the beginning of the 20th century. When you enter, you will immediately feel like home and you can enjoy the building, renovated but preserving its original value, and the magnificient views of the chuch and the river.
Their plates allow us to make a small trip in time and, therefore, the best way to accompany them is with Cal Mossèn’s bread.
Whether you eat in the main room or in the reconstructed cellar, in the intimate reserved by the fireplace or in the privileged terrace in the square, the combination of textures and flavors of Can Jeroni’s cuisine with Cal Mossèn’s bread will not leave us indifferent.
The personal project of Cal Mossèn has received a new award amongst quality breads in Spain.
The famous gastronomical website El Comidista places Cal Mossèn’s crusty bread as the second best bread of Spain for having demonstrated, they say, “that in the world of bread not everything was invented”. Besides, they highlight its characteristic firewood’s smell.
You can watch El Comidista’s video with the selection of the best breads in Spain on this link. Aren’t you hungry?
Our coca bread is perfect to taste during the whole year, but, in this case, we want to recommend to say goodbye to terrace’s season and outside dinners with a good coca bread with tomato and olive oil.
We are already thinking in the best autumn recipes in which coca fits in perfectly.