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15:07

LifeStyle

The unstoppable rise of the humble mollete

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...fat - and has a crust which goes crispy when toasted. The mollete is "genius" according to David Llamas, runner-up in the 2019 Spanish Bakery Championship and a fan of traditional Andalusian bread. He adds that "molletes were the first part-baked ... bread that we know of. Berber shepherds used to part-bake bread so that it could be easily transported and cooking could be finished over an open fire". This theory is very plausible as the origin of the mollete is not completely documented. What is ... known is the enormous importance of bread in Al-Ándalus and the huge variety which were made, although generally the breads were small in size. It is also known that it was customary to scent bread with seeds and spices. Molletes from Álcala

10:59

LifeStyle

Cheese bread

DIEGO GALLEGOS

'Pão de Queijo' is one of the most popular and well-loved foods in Brazil. It is eaten at any time of the day, usually hot. It can be eaten on its own or with a filling like a sandwich. One of the most common ways is to serve it with a little jam, a

18:00

Opinion

Tourism and the left

Héctor Barbotta

...attempt to find an explanation, by that historical, and at this stage unacceptable, cultural incomprehension. A long time ago now tourism stopped being entertainment for a privileged few and became the bread and butter for many. It ought to be taken more

13:22

LifeStyle

Bread isn't what it seems

JAVIER MORALLÓN

Just before the most recent general election, the government introduced long-awaited regulations regarding bread. This may seem a very basic product, but the situation wasn't actually as simple as it seemed. For example, the 'pan integral', which ... was supposed to be wholemeal bread, did not live up to its name. Unfortunately, in Spain there were no regulations to insist on the percentage of wholemeal flour in this type of bread, and some varieties which are called 'pan integral' contain no ... consumers would see that the bread was brown and had a few bits of cereal and believe that they were buying a quality product. It was an easy mistake to make, because the colour could be obtained by adding other flours which were darker in colour, or

23:31

LifeStyle

A lost tradition? Ten good reasons to make soup

SOLANGE VÁZQUEZ

...encourage anyone to try their hand at making soup," says Massanés. 2. Sustainability and thrift Everything can go into a soup: the chicken carcasses, fish heads and bones, giblets, less-than-fresh vegetables, left-over pulses and even stale bread. "Soups

11:23

LifeStyle

Bread made "without hurry" in Algatocín is one of Spain's best

maría garcía

Just a short while ago, the list of the Ruta Española del Buen Pan 2018 (The Spanish Best Bread Route 2018) was published and one of the best 80 breads in Spain comes from the Serranía de Ronda, specifically from the Pan Piña bakery in Algatocín. ... According to experts, there are two basic elements to make good bread. On one hand, only the best ingredients should be used, and on the other, a lot of patience is needed. Pan Piña has already made a name for itself by producing bread with gold and ... silverIt seems that Juan Manuel Moreno, the baker that runs Pan Piña, is sticking to that criteria. Moreno upholds the tradition of well-made bread, "without any hurry, and made completely by hand. At Panadería Pan Piña we know that product quality is

10:04

Travel

Bread with oil - understanding Mallorca

Andrew Forbes travel

...beside which sits a wooden tray of rustic bread, and tubs of Mallorca sea salt. Pa amb oli Pa amb oli with samphire.SUR Placing the slices on the board in front of him, the chef began drizzling the bread with local olive oil, pressed in nearby ... Soller. Nicolás is creating a classic Mediterranean dish, bread with olive oil; yet here in Mallorca 'pa amb oli' as it is known, has become iconic of the island's culture and history. I'm in the 'El Olivo' restaurant of Belmond's La Residencia, above ... too. The village was the home of Robert Graves, the English novelist and poet. Earlier in the day I had been gifted a copy of his son's book 'Bread and Oil' in which Tomás Graves explores this simple island dish to better understand Mallorca, the

12:25

Local

Mother splits teacher's lip with a headbutt at Churriana school

Francisco GUTIÉRREZ

A schoolteacher remains off work with a split lip after an angry parent headbutted her because her son was "still hungry" having received insufficient bread and oil for breakfast, laid on as part of the school's Andalucía Day celebrations. The