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15:58

LifeStyle

From the mountainside to the kitchen

JAVIER ALMELLONES

...lovers of traditional cuisine but there are many more, although most are in clear decline both in homes and in restaurants. Nowadays, the collection of wild plants is regulated and in the case of parks and nature reserves, it is prohibited. On private

20:56

Local

‘Haute’ cuisine for Debra from top chef

HÉCTOR BARBOTTA /efe

Top local chef Dani García climbed Marbella’s famous La Concha mountain this Thursday to cook up a dish with unrivalled views over the Costa del Sol. His climb was to raise awareness for the Debra association, which helps suffers of Epidermolisis b

16:26

What to do

Torremolinos gets a taste of vegan cuisine in new tapas route

Tony Bryant

Tejeiro said, "This route will not leave anyone disappointed and will undoubtedly be an opportunity to enjoy and discover a cuisine still unknown to many: a cuisine and lifestyle respectful of animal life and nature in general."

17:09

LifeStyle

Online cooking to promote local Torremolinos cuisine

Tony Bryant

The tourism department of Torremolinos town hall has launched a new online initiative to highlight the typical gastronomy of the town's restaurants, beach bars, pastry shops and bakeries. The scheme (#CocinamosEnCasaCon) is designed to promote loca

16:23

Travel

Travel secrets of the Costa de la Luz

Andrew Forbes

It’s no mystery that I’m passionate about Andalucía. I sometimes I feel like an unofficial ambassador to be honest, such is my enthusiasm for southern Spain, its nature, cuisine, history, and people. So, when I was invited to contribute to the SUR ... Ángel León’s remarkable three-Michelin-star restaurant which showcases his unique Cuisine of the Sea. Also, in nearby Jerez de la Frontera, Juan Luis Fernández, or JuanLu, has created his Lú, Cocina y Alma restaurant which has been recognised with a ... Michelin star, for his creative fusion of French and Andalusian cuisine. More than any ingredient, it is probably the wild red tuna of the Costa de la Luz that defines the gastronomy here. Caught during the almadraba season, using sustainable techniques

12:32

What to do

Spanish food meets Spanish film

CRISTINA PINTO

The Malaga Film Festival returns to the city this weekend, accompanied by some unmissable local gastronomy. Through the Cómete el Festival (Eat the Festival) initiative, the promotional brand Sabor a Málaga will offer visitors and film enthusiasts th

23:24

Travel

An Andalusian retreat to wellness

Andrew Forbes

As my breathing slowed, and became deeper, my body sank further into the floor, cushioned by a yoga mat, soft wool blankets and feather-filled bolster cushions. The meditative tones of singing bowls filled the yoga shala, an intimate, light filled sp

11:09

LifeStyle

Cuisine from the Amazon

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

Sometimes, even without intending to, people end up going back to their origins. In the case of Diego Gallegos, who has just retained his Michelin star for his sustainable cuisine based on freshwater fish and home-grown vegetables at the Sollo ... national bird of Brasil, a yellow-green macaw in danger of extinction, Arara has always served cosmopolitan fare, but from now on Brazil will be playing a bigger role. "Brazilian cuisine hasn't had the luck of being acclaimed as the Peruvian gastronomy ... has, but it is as wonderful as the country is. A wealth of products, preparations and influences. However, most of the haute cuisine there is French. There are still very few chefs who go back to their roots. "At Sollo we are doing that because,

16:33

LifeStyle

Dani García abandons haute cuisine

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

...personal decision," he explained. The previous day he had discussed his decision with the Michelin Guide management to explain his motives. They accepted it "as a great loss to Spanish haute cuisine" but treated his decision with "absolute respect." ... involve more work. His restaurant will reopen as a steak house called Leña. And of course, one of the main items on the menu will be burgers. It may seem absurd to exchange the world of haute cuisine for the most basic of foods but it has always been

11:15

LifeStyle

Richard Ford on Spanish cuisine

A. VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

...drinking on the Iberian peninsula, sherry and port, were produced by the British, but he praised the excellence of the raw materials here. For him, Spanish cuisine was so "Oriental, classical and singular," that he dedicated an entire chapter to it for ... almost unknown in Spanish popular cuisine, which cheerfully dedicated itself to stewing and frying, seasoning everything with a variety of indistinguishable sauces based on garlic, oil, saffron and paprika. In normal households, "the pot, or olla, has