Consuming local food products is officially now a trend, which is very good, but why? We’ll let you know about the ‘0 KM’ philosophy and where you can find restaurants that offer this sort of product on the Costa del Sol. Cooks attached to the ‘Kilometre 0 Line, Made Outside The House’ follow a philosophy […]
December brings us warm clothes and scarves. In many areas of Andalucia, particularly in the interior, cold weather is already a common mate. So, there is no better way to fight cold than with a good hot dish to warm us up. Prepare your spoon and take note of all these recipes we give you, […]
The province of Malaga is full of local products and the local dishes have been gaining recognition. Malaga has very fertile soil and a wide variety of fruits are cultivated, a delight for the most demanding palates. If you ever pass through the province, prepare your taste buds to enjoy snacks that only this place […]
With All Saints Day on the way, Andalucia is preparing to remember those that have passed. This annual visit to to the cemetery is accompanied by a culinary tradition, especially seen in pastries. Grandmothers and granddaughters join each other at the stove to put their faith to work. The flavour of the Andalucian Autumn is […]
One of the first places in the world where olives were extensively cultivated was Andalucia. Today, olive trees can be found growing throughout the Mediterranean Sea basin and across the world. As far back as the time of Christ, Andalucia has been the largest producer of oil in the Mediterranean. The olive crop is so […]
Where Does One Go For A Taste Of Sardines? A Historical Pleasure One the first things to tourists think of when they hit the beaches of Marbella and Andalucia in general are the famous “bars” and beach restaurants serving delicious seafood just steps from sea. If there is one dish in particular stands out among […]
The Payoyo Cheese, an artisan cheese of the Sierra de Grazalema, is one of world’s finest cheeses. Recognised several times at the “World Cheese Awards”, it is made with milk of the native cattle species: the payoya goat and the merina sheep from Grazalema (known as “grazalemeña”). Around the middle of the 1990s, the entire […]
May 27th marked Spain’s National Celiac Day – a condition that now affects 1 in 100 Spaniards. Its certain that if you do not suffer from the ailment yourself, it is likely that you know someone who does. For you who have not heard of it, it is the permanent intolerance to gluten, a protein […]
Fuerte Conil is offering visitors four varieties of this product which is so typical along the Andalusian coast.
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