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13:49

Local

The return of an olive oil tradition

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

If you fancy producing your own olive oil, you don't have to own a mill. You can just take your annual olive harvest, or part of it, to a factory for processing and then return home with your very own oil a few hours later. Actually, this is nothing ... their olives again, something they had given up. In fact, more and more people are now expressing a desire to produce oil from their own olives, but for their own consumption, not to sell. “Some years when the olive harvest has been particularly good ... something positive for a good extra virgin olive oil,” says Adrián. Most of the mills in Malaga province have not yet begun pressing olives. Finca La Torre, which is the first to start, celebrated its first day of harvest on Wednesday this week. This mill,

16:04

Sport

The inquest begins

Rob Palmer

harvest came the barren years. He doesn't have the power to insist on significant signings. I very much doubt that when he asked for a back-up striker in the winter, he expected Kevin Prince Boateng would be recruited. If Valverde suggested the

12:06

Local

Top local speciality olive oil maker starts selling in Middle East

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...that way, some 50 per cent of the production. The producer, which is owned by a Swiss company, is run by agricultural engineer Víctor Pérez and grows its olive crop on some 33,000 trees. The harvest is normally in October finishing a month later,

13:17

Interesting animal behaviour

PETER HARRISON

Lee came up with a solution and captured thirty geckos which relished the harvest of insects. That was in 2010 and when we were in New Zealand recently the insect problem had been resolved. Some people in Spain keep pet geckos to keep insects down.

21:24

LifeStyle

A guiri's guide to extra virgin olive oil

Jennie Rhodes

...government, the Junta de Andalucía, the rainy spring, combined with summer temperatures remaining relatively low, mean that the 2018-2019 harvest is expected to result in a 6.7 per cent increase on 2017-2018 and be 20 per cent higher than the average over the ... while at first the idea of picking their own olives seemed "very romantic" he and his family soon learned that it was "really hard work", so while they still do a lot of it on their own, they also employ two local men to help them during the harvest

12:25

LifeStyle

Wild Rhea

Denise Bush

...on the branches and are difficult to harvest as they tend to disintegrate easily when ripe. They are very colourful and will stay on the shrub for a long period unless eaten by birds. The fruits of Wild Rhea are used to flavour dishes and also in

18:19

LifeStyle

Winemakers in the trenches

A. J. LINN

The year 2017 was not good for winemakers. The European grape harvest was poor because of drought conditions, and forest fires in Napa and Galicia left bodegas and vineyards nothing more than charred ruins. In both places there are wine producers

14:28

LifeStyle

Coín celebrates annual orange festival with local gastronomy

Tony Bryant COÍN

harvest of the local oranges. The festival serves to promote tourism in the town and focuses on local gastronomy, handmade pottery, ceramics and artisan products typical of Coín. Visitors were invited to sample homemade dishes like the potato, cod and

13:14

LifeStyle

Ten unusual products from Malaga province

JAVIER ALMELLONES / DENISE BUSH

(acebuche). Aceites Mudéjar produce just 400 litres of this oil every year as it is difficult to find and harvest the olives, resulting in an oil that has higher nutritional properties than extra virgin olive oil and a higher price too.

15:53

LifeStyle

The hidden treasure of the ornamental pecan tree

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

Most people have heard of the Jardín Botánico Histórico de La Concepción, once owned by the Larios family but few will know that it is that family that is believed to have brought the first pecan tree (Carya illinoinensis) to Malaga from the US. I