At La Española we like to be helpful in and outside the kitchen. Want to improve your Spanish vocabulary? We’ve created some fun graphics to help you learn Spanish food-related words through humorous idioms. Here are 6 of our favorites:

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1) You can use the phrase "Es pan comido " when want to express that something is really easy.

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2) You can use the phrase "Esta hecho un fideo" to describe someone or something that is thin, like a long, fine noodle.

3) Try using "Pedirle peras al olmo" when you ask someone to do the impossible like reaching for the moon.

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4) You can say "Ponerse como un tomate" the next time someone blushes.

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5) You can use “Me han dado calabazas “ to explain to someone that you’ve been given the brush off.

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6) “Tiene mala uva” is perfect to use to describe someone's bad mood.

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