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12:51

LifeStyle

Minute grains of flavour and history

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ MALAGA

...and the white is the ripe berry soaked for a week to remove the skin and then dried. What we call pink pepper is actually the seed of a plant native to Brazil (Schinus therebintifolius) and which the Portuguese introduced as a cheap alternative to

13:14

LifeStyle

Eating out for Lent

SUR MALAGA

...starts with an appetiser of cauliflower, almonds and pil-pil held in a shell of crisp, cod skin. This is followed by a marinated tuna salad with avocado and faux corn risotto. The main course is a version of the traditional 'bacalao de vigilia' cod

13:47

Sport

A long-running passion for athletics

FERNANDO MORGADO MALAGA

His tanned skin, sharply contrasting with his white hair, reveals countless hours of training under the sun along the Malaga seafront. He is simply dressed, in purple trainers, grey athletics shorts and a white tee-shirt without any of the modern

14:53

Opinion

Bye bye Bambi

a.j.linn

...against all predictions, deer meat is gaining ground over the traditional cuts of beef, lamb and pork. One reason may be the health benefits, as game meat has less fat than other types, in venison’s case less than chicken breast without skin. In Scotland

10:40

LifeStyle

The Costa del Sol collaborates with a Danish cancer prevention campaign

Mónica Pérez marbella

A few months ago, the Danish Association against Cancer launched a campaign aimed at the most popular holiday destinations for tourists from that country, including Spain, asking them to collaborate in preventing skin cancer statistics in Denmark ... part. The campaign is directed at Scandinavian residents as well as tourists, and it aims to encourage them to protect themselves against the sun, reduce the incidence of sunburn and ensure that cases of skin cancer are diagnosed early. According to ... subliminal, but the message needs to be got across because obviously anyone who is diagnosed with skin cancer isn’t going to want to come back,” he said. A question of balance Those responsible for the campaign stress that the strategy upon which they are

11:06

What to do

From Mona Lisa’s squint to one of The Three Graces with cancer

Mónica Pérez marbella

...the famous Mona Lisa, who looks as if she is trying to hide a squint, suffers from facial paralysis, which is reflected in that outline of a smile, alopecia hidden beneath a wig and a skin condition called scleroderma. There are many different ways

13:34

Opinion

Flied breakfast

Peter Edgerton

...angry skin blotches and all kinds of other, painful, symptoms plague them throughout the mosquito season. Sprays, plug-ins and creams can help a little but, judging by some of the customers who come into the pub, they offer scant comfort in the long run.

11:52

What to do

Natural soap workshop

Tony Bryant Alhaurín el grande

...history of soap and the safety aspects of using base products like sodium hydroxide, a strong irritant that is corrosive to the skin. There will also be demonstrations of formulating soap recipes as well as classes in the healing properties of essential ... chemicals such as parabens and synthetic fragrances and these chemicals are rapidly absorbed into our skin. Parabens, a class of widely-used preservatives in cosmetic products, have raised concerns about hormone disruptors, which can cause cancerous

14:31

LifeStyle

The secrets beneath the surface

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN MALAGA

Vincci’s charming bar. The remains of a skin treating industry were also discovered, although to see some Moorish tanneries it is best to visit the Andrés Olivares shop in the Plaza de las Flores. “They are from the caliphal era and show that this was

14:45

LifeStyle

Versatile and sweet beetroot

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...and can add a touch of aniseed flavour. Dill enhances and strengthens the sweetness, while tarragon brings a lemony hint. To add some spiciness try garlic or ginger. To cook beetroot it is best to leave the skin and leaves on. Just wash well and trim