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11:43

LifeStyle

Puff pastry, magic in layers

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...pastry" is already listed. It is actually a layered puff pastry, more like the even older filo pastry that is still around today in the Middle East, Greece and Turkey and which is made by piling very thin layers of unleavened dough with melted butter ... inbetween. In the 13th century recipe, after cooking on a griddle and then oiled with butter, a thin sheet of dough is then rolled up and plaited before kneading and frying it again in butter to achieve the miraculous inner layers. It is then dipped in a hot ... syrup of honey and butter. A quite calorific and primitive version. In the novel 'La lozana andaluza' by Francisco Delicado (1528), the main character Aldonza includes puff pastry among her culinary skills, and in 1607 Domingo Hernández Maceras, chef

21:58

Travel

The wine road trip insider guide

Andrew Forbes

Retuerta cellar. Try the local white asparagus served with croutons, coffee butter and wild mushrooms, paired with the estate's fresh and delicate Blanco de Guarda Sauvignon Blanc. Vinoteca This relaxed, yet elegant restaurant is above the Abadía

13:34

LifeStyle

From simple fruit salad to tutti frutti

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

Macedonian empire of Alexander the Great, which in 323 BC stretched from Pella (Macedonia) to Punjab (India). Gastronomic Macedonia originally referred to a combination of different vegetables cut into cubes and sautéed in butter, described for the first time

13:51

LifeStyle

The long history of 'butter' in Spain

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

These days we drink milk every day, spread butter on our toast and there is even controversy about whether or not we should. In the past, though, dairy products were considered a delicacy. That is where phrases such as 'crème de la crème' come from, ... to reflect people's social status. For centuries and in most regions of Spain, apart fromthe fertile lands of the north, cream and what we now call butter were luxury items because there was little pastureland, a lack of transportation and no ... of course, and butter can only be produced from vaccinated animals, so until Friesan cows were introduced in Spain, less milk was produced and even then only at certain times of year. The native cows were bred to work in fields or for meat and

10:51

LifeStyle

Lettuce, an ancient and humble superfood

ESPERNAZA PELÁEZ

...fairs and, above all, I listen to the people who come to buy from me. In general, customers who buy for their families prefer the small hearts, which are very easy to prepare, or 'butter' type lettuces, which are more tender and sweet, I guess because

11:15

LifeStyle

The so-called Cuban rice, a Spanish invention

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

butter and served "for lunch with fried eggs". The thing is that this dish, which was a combination planned to fill you up quickly, didn't have a real name. In Cuba, white rice was white rice, and if anything, it was the eggs or other accompaniments that

11:44

LifeStyle

The most desirable property on the western Costa del Sol

CHARO MÁRQUEZ / SUR

...of honey, 10 kilos of butter, six litres of egg and a kilo and a half of cinnamon, ginger and cardamom. Malika explained how the gingerbread bricks were placed on a wooden structure and mortared together with meringue. While guests were unable to

11:09

LifeStyle

Cuisine from the Amazon

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

'petiscos', tapas or canapés sold cheaply as street food, such as cheese bread, made with cassava flour and a touch of parmesan. "Cheese bread with a good butter or jam... that's heaven," he says. Or the coxinhas, fried pastry filled with shredded chicken, a

17:03

Travel

The Insider Guide: Guernsey and Alderney

Andrew Forbes

...delicious pollock and langoustine pie topped with Guernsey butter mash. The restored wine cellar is where guests can enjoy vintage wines by the glass, thanks to the new, high-tech wine station. Private wine tastings from £35 per person, including sharing ... Guernsey dairy cows are unique in the world, producing rich golden creamy milk that makes the finest butter and cheeses. A two-hour tour of this authentic dairy farm costs £10 per person (free for under 12s). MeadowcourtFarm.co.uk Go Guernsey This

17:00

Travel

The islands of Guernsey

Andrew Forbes

...farmers, cider makers and gin distillers. Channel Island dairy is of course world renowned. Guernsey dairy cows, with their distinctive coats of reddish-brown and white patches are said to be among the best in the world. From the artisan butter on the ... for this year, and you can expect local venues to be beautifully decorated for the holidays. As I tucked into my local bread and butter pudding, with a distinct French twist, I learnt that The Old Government House Hotel is also about to get into the