Not long ago, I was Netflixing my way through my latest preoccupation, The Mind of a Chef. One of the episodes that day profiled the cuisine of San Sebastian, Spain. Of the places I’ve travelled, San Sebastian rests in my memory as my favorite food experience. Here, the wine is cheaper than water and the regional past time goes something like: stroll, sip, snack – – – stroll, sip, snack – – – stroll, sip, snack. And we’re talking world-class snacking. San Sebastian holds the second highest number of Michelin stars in the world yet it’s not at all pretentious about it. In fact, quite the opposite.