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19:41

Opinion

The advantages of ikejime

ANDREW J. LINN

Veganism and vegetarianism are on the rise universally, and it is estimated that by 2025 a quarter of the world's population will not eat meat. Most of those who have decided to go this route have done so in a desire to end the suffering of animals.

15:31

Opinion

Spanish kitchen nightmares

ANDREW J. LINN

If you are a watcher of Spanish TV (not many hands up!), you cannot have avoided seeing some of the myriad of programmes devoted to food and cooks. This type of programme is popular with viewers and always gets high ratings. But in common with much e

19:01

Opinion

The war is lost

ANDREW J. LINN

It has been a conflict lasting nearly a decade and Goliath has finally beaten David. While in every other market in the world wine is sold in Bag-in-Box format (BIB), in Sherryland it has been banned by a court judgement. WINE OF THE WEEK Lolo Al

17:45

Opinion

Lists

ANDREW J. LINN

Here we go again. The 'list' season is under way. Apparently everything in the food and restaurant business, whether wood-fired pizza ovens or lady sommeliers, has to be rated mediatically. Obviously there's money in them there lists or no-one would

11:15

Opinion

The magic key

ANDREW J. LINN

...it is undrinkable should be worthy of anyone's attention, and the concept of collecting bottles regardless of their content is, I admit, hard to get one's head around. When selecting a wine to drink from an old collection, a common misfortune is to

15:29

Opinion

Old bloggers never die

ANDREW J. LINN

Paula had a mild stroke, which, although not impairing her writing skills, may reduce her tasting programme. As she just wrote, 'There is no doubt that my condition was brought on by excessive wine consumption, so from now on I intend to drink less

15:58

Opinion

Gastronomic let-downs

ANDREW J. LINN

An email from a friend on an extended visit to Florida (USA) includes a photo showing a modest pile of shopping, mainly fruit and vegetables. Most appear to be past their best, but even this apparently small selection, bought at a store the equivalen

13:56

Local

Man arrested for drink-driving on quad bike in Torre del Mar

Eugenio Cabezas

A Torre del Mar resident was arrested last Friday night for driving a quad bike while drunk in the town. After a police chase, the suspect; a middle-aged man, was caught and tested positive for alcohol. He was arrested for drink driving and

13:29

LifeStyle

The refreshing Valencian drink that took Madrid by storm

A. VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

Many Spaniards will remember drinking glasses of chilled Valencian tiger nut milk during the summers of their childhood. The refreshing drink perpetuates a unique Hispanic tradition that became a national symbol and summer obsession. It was Jaime ... I de Aragon (1208-1276) who brought an ancient drink called 'ordeate' (or perhaps ordiata, ordiate, orgeate or orzata) with him into Valencia. The word comes from Latin 'hordeata' meaning 'made with barley'. Barley water was a popular drink in Roman

16:02

Opinion

A ham marriage

ANDREW J. LINN

...is one, since, like artichokes, a substance known as cynarin blocks any sense of sweetness. Another is smoked anchovies, the overpowering flavour of which makes any drink, except vodka, unpleasant. Caviar is a tricky one too, although vodka, again, ... and cava or champagne are the primary options. Curry-lovers mostly reject any alcoholic drink except beer, but I find an old manzanilla to be perfect, even an oloroso. Admittedly some maridajes are acceptable. A recent example was a tasting in which