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18:04

Local

Tesco goods set to hit the shelves in Mijas soon

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A firm with an exclusive licence to sell goods from Tesco on the Costa is fitting out a new store on the Fuengirola to Mijas road. The Food Co. already has a supermarket in Portugal and Murcia and also plans to open in Gibraltar. The

13:17

Opinion

Trade wars are good, according to Trump

ANDREW J. LINN

Earlier this week we had the laughable spectacle of American wine traders thanking the Administration for not increasing import tariffs to 100%. This gesture was inspired by the announcement that the duty on EU still wines and those under 14% proof (

15:27

Opinion

A singular dilemma

ANDREW J. LINN

When you look for restaurants in most of the world's cities that specialise in customers eating alone, Spain rarely features. Why? Because here the act of eating suggests a group activity, and one hardly ever sees anyone eating on their own. The Ja

19:10

Opinion

Low seasons

ANDREW J. LINN

It is impossible to deny that in this world of fastidious foodies and wine snobs, there are idiots of all types. WINE OF THE WEEK Hábitat Garnacha Syrah The Torres bodega is the oldest family winery in Spain and among Europe's oldest. To its c

18:11

Opinion

Dry January

ANDREW J. LINN

We all know someone who is about to complete January without having had a drink, and to we who are accustomed to having a few glasses of wine on a daily basis, a sudden cessation of activity requires some effort. WINE OF THE WEEK Bardos Romántica

16:25

Opinion

Australia on fire

ANDREW J. LINN

It wasn't the first time that Australian winemaker James Tilbrook had seen his future hanging by a thread, dependent on what would happen in the next few hours. WINE OF THE WEEK Monte Real Reserva Bodegas Riojanas was one of the very first wine

17:28

Opinion

Corked or just bad

ANDREW J. LINN

When we use the term 'corked' in reference to a bottle of wine, it does not mean that a bad cork has contaminated the wine. In Spanish the term is more exact, and even though there is no direct translation, the nearest, 'sabe a corcho' (tastes of cor

16:03

LifeStyle

The magic of a spoon

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...points out that the first utensil used to feed a baby once it's weaned is a spoon. In reality food that can be eaten with just a spoon has always been comfort cuisine and part of the domestic environment for most of history. 'Spoon food' in Spain ... nineteenth century and in rural Spain later still. A wooden spoon was often shared during a meal, or crusts of bread were used to scoop up food. Food that could be eaten with a spoon was established in Paleolithic times and archaeological remains of skulls ... and celebration, the daily task of cooking in casseroles and stew pots signified the ability to transform the most humble ingredients into something wonderful. In Spanish culture spoon food is in the DNA and has always held great importance,

12:19

Opinion

Hot plates

ANDREW J. LINN

...surreptitiously caress the plate to check its temperature. It's not rocket science. Non-nationals prefer their food to be served on hot plates, obviously providing the product is hot. (No-one wants to be served a salad on a hot plate). If they are in a restaurant ... our dear visitor, or maybe resident, will start to mutter to his or her table companions, "There's no soap or towels in the toilets, and the plates are cold." No-one needs telling, except some moronic kitchen worker, that to do justice to cooked food ... everyone's liking, those overhead infrared lights, which may also continue to cook food, are a blessing for big events. Having cleared that up, we should recognise that the warm plate business can be carried too far. I remember a lady guest at a barbecue