Tag Archives: Manzanilla

A Seaside Sojourn in Sanlucar de Barrameda

For the first time, we started our day with pure sunshine and blue skies. It was still a bit chilly, but I could understand how this coastal area is called “Costa de la Luz” or Coast of Light. We were […]

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The Art of The Iberian Pig – A Week in The Heart of Spanish Pork Country – Part 4 – Jabugo

The following morning we woke up to a beautiful day and strolled through Merida’s well preserved and impressive Roman ruins before checking out of the Parador and finding our way out of the city to get to Jabugo in northern […]

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New York and the Spanish Table – Recipes from the Best – Part 1: Manzanilla

Spanish food in NYC has never had it so good. The city is currently awash with a plethora of restaurants serving excellent Spanish inspired fare. In this article, I highlighted some of the very best, who are doing it mostly with […]

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Spain and the New York Table

Back in 2006, Spain was riding high in the gastronomic world. elBulli was at its peak and Spanish restaurants in Spain were the darlings of the culinary cognoscenti. It was a golden age for Spanish cuisine. The culmination of this […]

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