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17:12

LifeStyle

Sardines do their bit to help recover tourism thanks to the SUR 'espeto' competition

JUAN SOTO

An 'espeto' consists of fresh sardines threaded onto a skewer, sprinkled with salt and oil and cooked over an open fire; but to make a good one isn't an easy task. It requires time, dedication, knowledge of the product and being able to place the ... skewers in exactly the right spot and at the right angle over the hot coals. Not so hot that the sardines burn nor too cool so that they stay raw inside. Pepe's Beach in Estepona got everything right and won first prize in the third Ruta del Espeto ... (espeto route) organised by this newspaper's elder Spanish sister Diario SUR and sponsored by the Sabor a Málaga brand, with the collaboration of Cruzcampo and the Costa del Sol beach bar association. Avante Claro, a restaurant in La Cala, won the public

15:44

LifeStyle

The search for the best sardines on the Costa del Sol

SUR IN ENGLISH

The summer is the season for one of Malaga's most famous gastronomic delights, the sardine espeto. The espeto is the way fishermen used to grab a quick snack when they arrived back on shore and is believed to be a method of cooking sardines that ... dates back to Phoenician times. Five or six sardines are threaded onto a cane and roasted over hot coals on the beach, the only addition is a little olive oil and a sprinkling of sea salt. The Ruta del Espeto, organised by SUR's Málaga en la Mesa, is ... a chance to sample the local sardines cooked in this way and started on Friday 31 July, ending on Sunday 16 August. During this time, participating restaurants will offer their espetos (made up of a minimum of 5 sardines) accompanied by a drink, for

11:28

LifeStyle

The only woman at the sardine fire

SUSANA ZAMORA

...an 'espetera'. She is one of the select group of professionals responsible for the skewers of sardines ('espetos')cooked on the open wood fires at beach restaurants. And she is the only woman in Malaga province in this traditionally male role. But ... how exactly did a woman from the coastless province of Cáceres end up cooking what is the Costa del Sol's most traditional seaside dish? "When I arrived in Malaga, I'd never seen an espeto before and I was fascinated by this way of cooking sardines ... Dolores supports the bid. "It's unique and deserves that distinction," she says. "It has to be preserved." She doesn't rule out the idea of transporting the espeto to other areas, even her hometown of Trujillo, providing there is "good olive wood" for

16:07

LifeStyle

The price war for sardine 'espetos' hots up in the beach bars of El Palo

JUAN SOTO

It is the most popular food of the summer in the 'chiringuitos' (beach bars), and yet the most srutinised pricewise. The 'espeto' (sardine skewer) is at the centre of a war waging on the east side of Malaga. A dish that on average will cost five or ... six euros has been reduced to just two euros in many businesses in the district of El Palo. The further you travel to the east of the city, the cheaper espetos are, while in Marbella and Estepona one can pay ten or eleven euros in even the most ... tourists. Paquito Medina, from the Antonio restaurant, explains that having them at that price hardly generates any profit but it does help to keep the tables occupied. "All our customers want espetos, so it's a good promotion," he said. Iván Márquez,

16:18

LifeStyle

Malaga province's sardine gurus are crowned during second annual Ruta del Espeto

CHARO MARQUÉZ

Cooking sardines on a skewer (espetos) over charcoal is an art form and the best 'artist' in Malaga is Salvador Coronado of the Restaurante Ramos in Torremolinos. He was proclaimed winner of the second Ruta del Espeto Málaga en La Mesa, organised ... by SUR and sponsored by Schweppes -La Casera, a competition that attracted around a hundred beach bars and restaurants. Each contestant had to prepare four espetos, two with small sardines and two with larger ones. Judges The jury, which ... preparing espetos and after receiving his award said, "We should never lose this Malaga tradition, whether [using] bamboo canes, rushes or steel skewers, it is our identity." The public also voted on the best espeto and their choice, elected by over one

12:25

Local

The search is on for the best espeto in Vélez-Málaga

EUROPA PRESS

...cooked on an open fire and vote for the restaurant they think serves up the tastiest version. The 'espeto route' (Ruta Gastronomica Playa 5 Espetos) is “the first of its kind” according to the deputy mayor for Torre del Mar, Jesús Pérez Atencia, who ... able to pick up 'passports' from participating restaurants in order to rate the espetos. There will be a prize for the winning restaurant at the end of the competition.

11:22

LifeStyle

Sardine 'espetos' to be put forward for special Unesco status

SUR

The Cultural Commission of the Spanish Senate has approved a move to push for the inclusion of the famous 'espeto' (sardines threaded onto a skewer) onto the Unesco list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. “We want to protect and improve ... awareness of this element which forms a part of our cultural identity and unites the people of Malaga. It is vital that we get the espeto included in the Unesco list,” explained senator Manuel Marmolejo. As Marmolejo explains, the espeto is a typical dish ... along the Malaga coast, associated with the towns with seafaring traditions, “although it's fair to say that Malaga can lay claim to it”. The recipe for an espeto is just fish, salt, cane and fire and its inclusion in the Unesco list would recognise it

16:54

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Marbella to host event to boost sardine heritage bid

Beach bars in Marbella will host events on Thursday 20 September to boost the campaign, supported by the town hall and the provincial government, for the traditional sardine 'espeto' to be declared intangible cultural heritage by Unesco. Events

12:14

Opinion

Customs and exercise

PETER EDGERTON

...forget the cold beer. Staying with the culinary theme, third on the list would have to be 'espetos' (sardines on a skewer), which taste absolutely lovely and give a raison d'être to that otherwise wholly unjustifiable beverage 'tinto de verano', which ... is a sort of poor man's sangría made up of wine and lemonade. This abomination should be studiously avoided in any other context but, for some reason, tastes magnificent with espetos. A bit like the way sugary tea only ever tastes good with a full

10:12

Local

Thousands take to the beaches for San Juan to welcome in the summer

sur

...birth, rather than the death, of the saint. Salida beach in Marbella. JOSELE-LANZA Jumping over the fire in Fuengirola. B. M The celebrations included the burning of juas on the fire, an effigy similar to Guy Fawkes, and grilling 'espetos' of