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LifeStyle

Spicy rubs and marinades, the perfect addition to the barbecue

ESPERANZA PELAÉZ

Summer is here and so is the barbecue season. Cooking on an open fire is something our ancestors did but nowadays it has become an art, with ever-improving techniques and technology to get the best from our food. One such technique is that of marin

16:55

LifeStyle

A simple yet exact science

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

Well known and much loved, the pizza, along with pasta, is the great ambassador of Italian cuisine. But those who are happy to settle for an industrially produced, frozen version of the pizza should know that the Italians take the matter far more ser

16:38

LifeStyle

"If you're looking for fame and fortune, don't choose jazz as a career"

REGINA SOTORRÍO / RACHEL HAYNES

Does the piano still hold any secrets for you? All the time! I'm still trying to find out more. What do you think when people describe you as a legend? It feels like I'm old. But not everybody who is older is a legend. Yeah, well I'm certainly

12:49

LifeStyle

Spanish history from a female perspective

JENNIE RHODES

Granada-based British writer, Barbara Lamplugh, has recently published her second novel set in Spain; The Red Gene. The book comes four years after Secrets of the Pomegranate, released in 2015. The story starts in 1936 as Civil War breaks out in ... infants and her own son died. Lamplugh says that she spent two years researching the book, which she adds, was "a more ambitious project" than Secrets of the Pomegranate. This is partly because she had to check historical facts, such as the brands of

12:35

Local

The Roman splendour of Los Castillejos

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

...used for farming. Los Castillejos offers a journey back in time through this site, which is protected as an Asset of Cultural Interest (BIC). Now, more of its secrets, buried for more than twenty centuries, are being uncovered.

11:46

Local

Asturias man faces 172-year sentence for grooming

JUAN CANO / ÁLVARO FRÍAS

The Malaga public prosecutor's office has recommended a 172-year sentence for a 27-year-old man who has been accused of coercion and corruption of minors, possession of child pornography and the discovery and disclosure of secrets. The man was

16:37

LifeStyle

Family cooking in a Malaga farmhouse

Mark Nayler

...of Spaniards - and even if you were, you'd be lucky to get as involved as we are in the cooking process. In Spain, the kitchen is a madre's (mother's) closely-guarded fortress, a room of culinary secrets that's often inaccessible to outsiders. At

20:15

Sport

Polo, a jewel in Andalucía's sporting scene

HENRY FLYNN

...expanse of grass on which the action takes place. Chuck in some neatly-ironed shirts, interludes of clinking glasses and a selection of food, and there you have it, a beautiful experience, and perhaps one of Andalucía's best-kept secrets. MORE