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16:15

Opinion

Spain's kitchen nightmares

ANDREW J. LINN

The popularity of reality shows on TV about cooking has never been adequately explained, but it is undeniable that they are crowd pullers. Better still if they involve conflict that gets viewers on the edge of their seats. The original British TV'

13:14

Opinion

Baked beans or tuna?

ANDREW J. LINN

In Britain they open a can of baked beans for a quick snack. In Spain a can of tuna. Tuna is almost the ideal food. It can be used in salads, omelettes, canapés, sandwiches, etc, and is guaranteed to be cheap, tasty and relatively healthy. But we

12:21

Opinion

Clubland

ANDREW J. LINN

The definition of a club is a place where people of common interests may gather together. But clubs vary from country to country and what may be referred to as a club in Britain may not be the same in Spain. The answer to the question "When is a c

20:24

Opinion

Reaching senior status

ANDREW J. LINN

...publish from time to time. Nobody really knows what drink consumption is safe, mainly because clinical trials are impossible to carry out. They need thousands of participants in controlled experiments monitored 24/7 for many years. Impossible. We are ... left with the sensible (too sensible?) conclusion that we should eat and drink what we like - in moderation, although in these stressful times we should possibly let ourselves go a little if we are attaining that senior status. Any volunteers?

19:16

Opinion

Crispiness is king

ANDREW J. LINN

Of all food textures crispiness is king. Whether pork crackling or fried chicken, the first bite must resound in the mouth before reaching the taste buds. Potato crisps, pork scratchings, tortillitas de camarones (fried shrimp pancakes), spring ro

15:54

Opinion

Can somms survive Covid?

ANDREW J. LINN

Sommeliers are not in a good place these days. Having enjoyed a meteoric ride from virtual inexistence to flavour of the decade, their star is on the wane thanks to coronavirus. The kindest way to describe the predicament is that of being victims

13:24

Opinion

Sex or sherry?

ANDREW J. LINN

The sales of many products have been hit by Covid restrictions. But there are also winners. Jigsaws and board games, domestic pets, fitness equipment and sex toys lead the field. And drink? Beer, oddly enough, has not been a winner; maybe because ... a bottle of gin has the same alcohol content as a six-pack, but the first is easier to carry and to store. Nor has wine been a great success, even though many of us will have been sorely tempted to get busy and drink whatever we have in store.

13:40

Opinion

Covid times

ANDREW J. LINN

Reactions to varying government measures affecting the restaurant business have varied from country to country, and seldom displayed conformity. Although each nation's executive assures citizens that it is guided by teams of experts, there is relucta

15:33

Opinion

Sharpish practice

ANDREW J. LINN

Consumers are largely unfamiliar with what are known as buyer's own brand (BOB) or private label wines. Until now they have not been common in the Spanish market, but the countdown has begun, and very soon their wine shelves and those of big wine sto

22:12

Opinion

A crazy week

ANDREW J. LINN

Politics and the world of wine and food rarely meet, unless it's about duty increases. So the news this week has been abnormal. It started with Donald Trump threatening to postpone his promised financial stimulus package that would avoid 75,000 layof