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18:24

LifeStyle

A world of flavours at Gatronomika

GUILLERMO ELEJABEITIA

San Sebastián. More than 200 speakers of 55 different nationalities, 170 exhibitors, around 500 journalists, 1,600 delegates and 13,500 visitors came together this week for the 21st edition of the prestigious three-day Gastronomika food fair in San S

14:07

LifeStyle

The culinary magic of a good tomato 'sofrito'

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

flavours of other ingredients has been used since ancient times. In classical Rome, the base was usually garum, a fermented fish sauce which evolved into soya and fish sauce in oriental cooking. These cultures use short cooking periods (in a wok sautéed or ... resorted to spices instead of umami to enhance of flavours. However, sofrito is mentioned in the 'Llibre de Sent Soví', an anonymous recipe book of Valencian cuisine dating from 1324. Light frying ('sofreir' is frying at temperatures between 120 and 150º ... complex flavours are developed: sweet, toasted and umami, especially with tomatoes, which contain up to 0.3% of glutamic acid. However, do not make the mistake of discarding the seeds, because they are where the glutamic acid is concentrated in greater

13:37

LifeStyle

Vegetable pâtés, a versatile and healthy alternative

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...hours. Pulses also make an excellent base for pâtés. They are used extensively in India and Arabic countries to make creamy purées to eat with bread . They are part of the Spanish culture and offer a perfect base to complement with other flavours. A

00:02

LifeStyle

Spicy rubs and marinades, the perfect addition to the barbecue

ESPERANZA PELAÉZ

...way to soften meat, which in the old days was usually tougher, to lengthen its shelf life and get rid of bad smells and flavours in a time when there no fridges or freezers. In a marinade each component has its role. The acidic elements (citrus, ... cover the meat with salt for at least half an hour before cooking. Balancing flavours To balance the flavours sugar can be used. Sugar acts chemically to seal cracks. In a marinade it not only will thicken the liquid and stop the loss of meat juices ... putrefaction. They also add intense flavours. Garlic combines with herbs such as basil, thyme, rosemary, coriander, parsley, mint and oregano. It complements ginger, onion and chili. Some of the best combinations include basil with aniseed, clove, lemon or

13:30

Local

Cruzcampo launches Axarquía mango beer

Eugenio Cabezas

...been concocted at La Fábrica Cruzcampo , the restaurant and brewery that is exploring the company´s latest flavours, in Malaga. The new mango IPA is made with rye malt and caramelised malt that gives the beer a hint of caramel alongside the fruity, ... citric and pine flavours from the hops and mangoes.

16:48

LifeStyle

Spain, nostalgic over its bar culture

CARLOS BENITO

...ties, there are networks for the 'informal economy' there and the chance to take part, camaraderie, the flavours and aromas and bustle, which are all much more common here than in bars elsewhere in the world. It isn't so much the good life as the fact

12:39

LifeStyle

Making a mark at the World Gin Awards

Tony Bryant

Carolina explains. Making an impact The couple created their bold flavours after finding the correct German copper still, and they are delighted to have made such an impact on the gin market in just three years. "We are so happy our Mediterranean

14:29

Travel

Vejer de la Frontera, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

...with layers of fresh flavours that showcase Andalusian homespun gastronomy. Las Delicias Found a little further up on Calle de la Corredera is Las Delicias, a restaurant and bar within an old theatre. The flamboyant setting is often enhanced with

14:52

Travel

Preparing for a new era of travel and tourism

Andrew Forbes

...future, should we not be able to travel far, there are always new places to explore locally and with the myriad traditions and flavours in Andalucía it will be an exciting and uplifting time for us all. For the future we plan to extend our services to

16:32

LifeStyle

27 December 1703: England and Portugal sign a Port Wine Treaty

Debbie Bartlett

...producers would only bottle enough sherry as they needed according to demand, and then top up the barrel with some of their younger wine. This practice, which is now known as the famous 'solera', introduced new flavours and aromas and the wines developed new