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15:44

LifeStyle

The search for the best sardines on the Costa del Sol

SUR IN ENGLISH

The summer is the season for one of Malaga's most famous gastronomic delights, the sardine espeto. The espeto is the way fishermen used to grab a quick snack when they arrived back on shore and is believed to be a method of cooking sardines that ... dates back to Phoenician times. Five or six sardines are threaded onto a cane and roasted over hot coals on the beach, the only addition is a little olive oil and a sprinkling of sea salt. The Ruta del Espeto, organised by SUR's Málaga en la Mesa, is ... a chance to sample the local sardines cooked in this way and started on Friday 31 July, ending on Sunday 16 August. During this time, participating restaurants will offer their espetos (made up of a minimum of 5 sardines) accompanied by a drink, for

11:28

LifeStyle

The only woman at the sardine fire

SUSANA ZAMORA

...an 'espetera'. She is one of the select group of professionals responsible for the skewers of sardines ('espetos')cooked on the open wood fires at beach restaurants. And she is the only woman in Malaga province in this traditionally male role. But ... how exactly did a woman from the coastless province of Cáceres end up cooking what is the Costa del Sol's most traditional seaside dish? "When I arrived in Malaga, I'd never seen an espeto before and I was fascinated by this way of cooking sardines ... later in 'chiringuitos' (beach restaurants) alongside professionals that she says she really picked up the tricks of the trade. "The sardines are toasted in the heat from the flames, a kind of hot chamber that forms between the fire and the fish," she

12:48

Opinion

From sardines to cereals

ANA BARREALES

It might be a good idea to start proposing the traditional 'chiringuito' beach restaurant for world heritage status along with the skewered sardine espetos, because they're an endangered species. It's such a shame because these are things that we

16:54

What to do

Marbella to host event to boost sardine heritage bid

Beach bars in Marbella will host events on Thursday 20 September to boost the campaign, supported by the town hall and the provincial government, for the traditional sardine 'espeto' to be declared intangible cultural heritage by Unesco. Events ... kick off at 6pm at Pepe's Bar on La Venus beach where members of the public can sign up for a workshop demonstrating the art of threading sardines onto the traditional canes. From 8.30pm the sardine fiesta will take place on the beaches of La Venus in ... Marbella, La Salida in San Pedro Alcántara and Pinomar in Las Chapas, where free sardines will be available and entertainment provided in the form of live music.

15:48

What to do

Colourful carnival celebrations reach their climax

Tony Bryant

...the Parque El Calvario on Saturday 2 March. Events include a children's party, live shows and the burning of the sardine, which takes place on La Rada Beach at 5.30pm.

16:41

LifeStyle

Torrox picks up Sabor a Málaga prize for gastronomy sector

Eugenio Cabezas

...tourism based on gastronomy". He added that along with cultural tourism, gastronomy provides "good quality" tourism to Malaga province. The town hall was awarded a 35,000-euro cash prize, which will be spent on promoting an espeto (grilled sardine

16:07

LifeStyle

The price war for sardine 'espetos' hots up in the beach bars of El Palo

JUAN SOTO

It is the most popular food of the summer in the 'chiringuitos' (beach bars), and yet the most srutinised pricewise. The 'espeto' (sardine skewer) is at the centre of a war waging on the east side of Malaga. A dish that on average will cost five or ... of the business owners in the area. Many of them buy the sardines when they are cheapest and freeze them, and can also buy them from Italy and even Croatia. "It's a product that varies a lot in the market, so if you only want to work with fresh, good ... quality sardines you cannot compete," they say. Supply problems As the coasts off Malaga cannot supply all the demand, many boxes of sardines come from Castellón and the Levante coast, "where the fish is very similar in quality". The Malaga fishermen

14:58

LifeStyle

What the Romans put into their foul-smelling sauce

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

...sauce are of boquerones (anchovies) and sardines, which even today are the stars of local cuisine. Until now, it was generally believed that the main ingredient of garum was red tuna. "This is an important advance because so far we have reconstructed ... shown that the garum of Malaga contained bits of mackerel and some red tuna, although 78 per cent of the ingredients were sardines and anchovies, most of them between 10 and 15 centimetres long: exactly the size which is considered best for cooking on

16:18

LifeStyle

Malaga province's sardine gurus are crowned during second annual Ruta del Espeto

CHARO MARQUÉZ

Cooking sardines on a skewer (espetos) over charcoal is an art form and the best 'artist' in Malaga is Salvador Coronado of the Restaurante Ramos in Torremolinos. He was proclaimed winner of the second Ruta del Espeto Málaga en La Mesa, organised ... by SUR and sponsored by Schweppes -La Casera, a competition that attracted around a hundred beach bars and restaurants. Each contestant had to prepare four espetos, two with small sardines and two with larger ones. Judges The jury, which ... included top Malaga chef Dani García, had to take into account the quality and handling of the fresh product, the cooking over the fire, the taste and presentation of the sardines. The judges' choice, Salvador Coronado, has thirty years of experience

14:55

LifeStyle

The search for best sardines in Malaga

CARMEN ALCARAZ MALAGA

There are few things that define the Costa del Sol quite like a freshly-grilled sardine ‘espeto’ (skewer), accompanied by a cool glass of ‘tinto de verano’. For this reason, Diario SUR has teamed up with La Casera, the brand famous for its pre-made ... flavour of their sardines. The winners of both the public and judges’ vote will also receive prizes.