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17:24

Opinion

Champagne has its moments

ANDREW J. LINN

The figures published for wine consumption during lockdown cannot all be correct. Many of them contradict each other, although there are some reliable facts that can be correlated and double-checked. The drinks industry as a whole always accepts t

15:36

Opinion

No-one left to rate

ANDREW J. LINN

While the thoughts of many readers will not be far from the suffering that the restaurant trade is going through, has anyone given a passing thought to restaurant inspectors? These peripatetic professionals are surely taking a well-earned rest the

15:31

Opinion

'Restaurant' dining while in confinement

ANDREW J. LINN

Judging from what is currently offered by restaurants to ease the effects of confinement, memories appear remarkably short. Have we really forgotten what it is like to enter a restaurant, be guided to a table in the bar area for the purpose of spendi

10:34

Local

The virus that spreads poverty

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

Some keep their heads lowered. This is the first time they have asked for food. Others have been needing help for months, or even years. Just before midday, in Torremolinos, the queue of people, maintaining social distance, stretches for a ... of food a day, 50 more than before. And the worst, they warn, is still to come. "If there hasn't been a social uprising it's due to the work of the associations" At the same time as the requests for help have increased, says Charo Abril, the ... surprising is the number of people who are coming for food packs now, who have never been before. The crisis, following on from a major recession just over a decade later, has caught many families with no savings, unable to pay their bills. "Some people came

15:22

Opinion

Life after Covid-19

ANDREW J. LINN

Many Spanish families live from the income of a small café or bar that doubles as a community centre, making it unfortunate that these businesses have been hit so hard by the coronavirus. Although the re-opening programme is being finalised, the e

17:56

Opinion

Insure against anything?

ANDREW J. LINN

When someone is robbed or has an accident, the usual question is, 'Are you insured?' If you want to give a garden party in July the rain insurance will obviously cost you less than for the same purpose in January. But what about business insurance? N

16:59

Opinion

Holy chefs

ANDREW J. LINN

Medals are awarded in wartime to the brave and diligent, and when this war is finally over the economic hangover will also need to be mitigated by a lengthy honours list. Ask any American who most deserves a medal for undertaking selfless charity

13:38

Local

Red Cross receives food vouchers and essential items to help 2,000 local people in need

sur in english

Costasol de Hipermercados-Carrefour has made a donation of food vouchers and essential items to Cruz Roja Málaga in order to meet the basic needs of more than 2,000 people in need on the Costa del Sol and in the Guadalhorce valley. Thanks to the ... need it." The alliance between Carrefour and the Spanish Red Cross dates back to 2001 when they created the Immediate Response Mechanism in Emergency Situations. The aim of this is to respond to the basic food needs of people affected by disasters or

22:14

LifeStyle

Cooking with preserved foods

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...trip in a hurry. Canning was developed to guarantee food supplies for armies in the field and ships' crews on long voyages, and also to ensure availability of out-of-season fruit and vegetables in the home. It was Napoleon Bonaparte who, embarking ... on wars across Europe, offered a reward to anyone who could come up with a way to preserve food and therefore keep his troops fed. The 10,000 Francs was awarded to Nicolás Appert, a confectioner who had developed a method of sterilising food by ... quickly adopted the new system, replacing the fragile glass jars with tins. The canned food soon eradicated deaths from scurvy onboard ship as the canning process preserved the vitamins in the fruit and vegetables. It also meant that there were no longer

16:33

Opinion

Hard times

ANDREW J. LINN

...taking the strain. (Postscript: New York-based Spanish chef, José Andrés, and his WCK charity, have already been pitching in on coronavirus relief, taking free food to quarantined cruise ship passengers in various US ports, but the organisation's chefs