Tag Archives: Andalucia

Tapas: old school versus modern

Tapas is Spain’s major culinary contribution. So much so, that completely un-Spanish food is now served as small portions, like ‘tapas of sausages, mash and peas’. No. I made that up. But the phenomenon of whole menus where all the … Continue reading

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Elena’s gazpacho

The Man and I had the great good fortune to be befriended by two Sevillanos on the plane from London. Nacho and Elena were truly generous hosts, showing us their Seville and insisting on taking us to the locals’ favourite … Continue reading

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