This week, show us something (or someone) sweet.

Photo by Cheri Lucas Rowlands

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While I don’t have as much of a sweet tooth as my husband, I’d never turn down an opportunity to sit at a cafe to enjoy churros con chocolate: deep-fried dough, sprinkled with sugar, that you dip into a cup of thick chocolate. The pastry is typically shaped as a long, thin stick, and sometimes it’s knotted or curved, as shown in this snapshot of our table at Petritxol Xocoa, a chocolate boutique in Barri Gòtic (the Gothic Quarter) in Barcelona, Spain:

I’m embarrassed to admit how many times we returned for this treat while we were in Barcelona. I’ll just say that by the time we left the city, I was able to find this little cafe — and navigate the narrow, medieval streets of this labyrinthine neighborhood — without getting lost.

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