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09:51

Local

Anantara Villa Padierna hotel is working with World Central Kitchen

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

Benahavís. The Anantara Villa Padierna hotel in Benahavís has made its facilities available to World Central Kitchen (WCK), the NGO set up by famous chef José Andrés, which prepares meals every day for people who are in a vulnerable situation due to ... the Covid-19 crisis. The hotel kitchen is being used to produce meals that are then distributed in the area, thanks to the collaboration of food banks and other local NGOs. World Central Kitchen was founded in 2010 by chef José Andrés to provide ... Grupo, Grupo Fuerte Hoteles, Finca Cortesin, Hotel Don Carlos and Elba, among others. In the hotel kitchen they are cooking as many as 1,000 portions a day with ingredients that cover the needs of adults and children, taking into account different

15:31

Opinion

Spanish kitchen nightmares

ANDREW J. LINN

Cocina, a duplicate of Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares. The theme is straightforward, and although always billed as a reality-type show, it is as much a work of fiction as any soap. A recent broadcast focussed on a country inn near Jerez de la Frontera,

13:39

LifeStyle

Tapas route launched to support local catering businesses

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

Calle Álamos. Customers who eat in at least five of the locations will be able to collect a gift from the tourist office in the form of a set of wooden kitchen implements, depending on the stamps they have collected. Each bar or restaurant will also be

10:52

LifeStyle

Salt, the magic mineral of the kitchen

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

Salt is the alpha and omega of the kitchen. This edible mineral, sodium chloride, is essential for our survival, and so we are prepared to identify its presence in food as something pleasant. Salt is one of the basic flavours detected by the taste ... of salt will never triumph in the kitchen." In Nosrat's words, "used properly, salt dampens bitterness, balances sweetness and enhances aromas". In nature, salt is found on land in surface salt flats, springs or rock seams at medium depths, or in ... fruit brine, besides favouring the development of lactic bacteria and inhibiting putrefaction, it helps to preserve the crunchy texture of vegetables. Generally speaking, using salt well in the kitchen is a matter of tasting and salting at the right

22:14

LifeStyle

Cooking with preserved foods

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

According to the statistics, the most popular products sold in supermarkets during the last couple of weeks were dairy products, meat, fresh fruit and vegetables. However, having a few cans or jars in the larder can save us having to make another tri

16:08

Local

Extending a helping hand to the needy during this crisis

Tony Bryant

...ever. One of those that has decided to continue offering hot food to the homeless and the needy is the Adintre Association, a volunteer-run soup kitchen based in Fuengirola that was founded in 2001. The association, which was granted the status of NGO ... in 2012, is made up of a group of people who work tirelessly to provide support to people most in need. The soup kitchen, which is now operating from the Juan Gómez sports facility, has been pushed to the limit since the state of alarm was ... introduced and the volunteers have been providing hot food for 60 people each day. Rising numbers However, the numbers are rising daily and the charity is appealing for volunteers and donations in order to cater for the current demand. The kitchen

17:56

Opinion

Insure against anything?

ANDREW J. LINN

...impossible, and although a claim would be accepted if there were an actual virus in, for example, a restaurant kitchen causing a closedown, this would be a specific identifiable issue. What the restaurants claim is that it is all part of a dastardly plan,

12:32

LifeStyle

Education, in the kitchen and the cemetery

SUR IN ENGLISH

Les Roches Hospitality College Supporting DEBRA Les Roches Marbella Global Hospitality Education held the fifth edition of the 'Family Cooking Class' on 1 June to raise money for the DEBRA association (The Butterfly Children Charity), an NGO with

21:07

Gibraltar

New anti-Covid restrictions introduced in Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

...permitted at last orders. Restaurants can continue continue to close at 1am, as can bars with their own kitchen, but any bars, pubs or clubs without their own kitchen must stop serving by 9pm and close at 10pm. Bars, clubs and other establishments must

14:51

Opinion

Swimming against the tidy

Peter Edgerton

...perdition. Imagine my surprise, then, when earlier this week I felt an all-consuming and visceral urge to tidy the kitchen in The Shakespeare. Just to be clear, what we call 'the kitchen' would have been a bona fide cooking space if someone with the ... whenever the need arose, which was often. Anyway, I descended on 'the kitchen' with a vim and vigour I'd not enjoyed since I lost a fiver down the back of my mate's sofa in our student days. Out with the old in with the new, then. It's quite extraordinary ... But, really. There were so many ghosts scattered around that kitchen. It took me three and a half hours to do a half decent job and by the time I'd finished, I'd filled five humungous bin bags with burnished memories. Five years, five bin bags. Wasn't