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The Basque Table Kindle Edition
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Pinchos—or pintxos, as the Basques spell the word—are the Basque Country's singular form of the better known Spanish tapas. The term derives from the Spanish word pinchar, "to prick," because originally pinchos were always served skewered on wooden toothpicks. Today they may be served either on toothpicks or in small earthenware bowls or on platters; they are eaten as finger food. In concept pinchos are similar to tapas; both are bites of tasty nourishment shared with friends in bars and taverns.
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