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16:03

LifeStyle

The magic of a spoon

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

Cazuelas. A seasonal stew with a sofrito made from fried tomatoes, vegetables, fish and shellfish or meat. Porillas and guisillos. These are basically gazpachos served hot. Typically from the north of the province, they are usually simple and comforting.

14:07

LifeStyle

The culinary magic of a good tomato 'sofrito'

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...as the 'sofrito'. The composition varies from country to country, but is essential in kitchens in Spain, Italy, France, Portugal, etc. In America it is found in all the Creole recipes, from Cajun cuisine, which came with the French, to Latin recipes ... resorted to spices instead of umami to enhance of flavours. However, sofrito is mentioned in the 'Llibre de Sent Soví', an anonymous recipe book of Valencian cuisine dating from 1324. Light frying ('sofreir' is frying at temperatures between 120 and 150º ... cooking, taken from the school of economic experience', written in 1758, and incorporates a fundamental ingredient found today in Spanish sautéing: the tomato. America contributed the tomato to the sofrito and the technique was taken overseas by the

12:16

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“Someone from America doesn't come to Ronda to order saki”

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

America to Ronda and decides to eat at Bardal is not going to order a saki and yuzu cocktail. What would be the point? And I, as a chef, feel more comfortable with this style because I really like my sauces, my stews, my 'sofritos' of onion, tomato,