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12:37

LifeStyle

Pancakes, an ancient recipe from humble origins

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

Today is Shrove Tuesday, Pancake Day, a day traditionally before the start of Lent, when people made basic pancakes to use up eggs and fat before starting the Lenten fast. Although time and many generations of cooks have refined and improved the ba

11:33

Local

Firefighters tackle blaze at a bakery and sweet manufacturer in Malaga

FERNANDO TORRES

The industrial premises of a bakery and sweet manufacturer in Malaga have been extensively damaged after a fire broke out at 5am on Wednesday morning. Members of the Malaga fire brigade were quickly on the scene on the Trevénez industrial estate.

19:13

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Short and sweet

FERNANDO ALONSO

...a certain sweet flavour. You can still see La Tribuna building in the centre of Arroyo de la Miel, in the square of the same name. It is without a doubt the oldest building in the town. Restored in 2007, and 60 square metres in size, it is all

15:47

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The vermouth route: aromatised wines made in Malaga to suit all palates

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...restaurants and also in cocktail recipes. The two most traditional grapes in Malaga province, Muscat and Pedro Ximénez, are perfect for vermouth, because it needs a sweet base upon which to play with bitter flavours and aromas of roots, herbs and spices. As

16:16

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Sweet viburnum

Denise Bush

Viburnum odoratissum (sometimes listed as V. lucidum), is native to China, Japan, India and Burma. It is a surprisingly hardy plant and one of the few viburnums that will survive in a very hot climate. Commonly called sweet viburnum as the flowers ... spring, and clipping it again after flowering, will promote new growth and encourage a compact growth habit. Sweet viburnum has large, oval, leathery leaves which turn red in the autumn. The perfumed conical racemes of small, white flowers appear in ... the green berries appear, gradually turning red and then black as they mature; an autumn treat for the birds. Although moderately drought-hardy once established, sweet viburnum looks best and stays healthier if watered regularly during the driest

19:27

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How much is genetic?

YOLANDA VEIGA

...are taller. Tooth decay can also be 'inherited' Tooth enamel, the propensity to suffer dental caries... these are aspects where genetics have an influence, although so does the environment. "If your parents have a sweet tooth you will grow up ... thinking it is normal to eat sweet things so you will be more likely to have tooth decay, not just because your parents do but because you have 'inherited' habits which favour them, in this case a taste for sugar. The same applies to dental hygiene. In

16:17

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The sweet history of turrón

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

Christmas in Spain wouldn't be without its favourite seasonal sweet treats. Turrón, marzipan, polvorones, mantecados, peladillas, alajúes, alfajores, tortas reales are just some of the names of the mainly almond-based delicacies that fill the ... Spanish sweet-making. Arabic roots This was all thanks to the Moors, who, apart from conquering the land, knew how to win over people's palates. Readers are probably familiar with halva, a typical sweet in Islamic countries made with semolina and ... sweet made with honey, egg whites and nuts which appears in the Arabic recipe books from the tenth century as 'n?tif'. In the Kit?b al-Tab?kh or Book of Dishes, a cookery book written just over 1,000 years ago in Baghdad by Ibn Sayyar al-Warr?q, we

12:49

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Sweet Parma violets

Denise Bush

The genus viola has around 600 species which includes dog violets (commonly called Johnny Jump-Ups because they self-seed and spread everywhere), wild pansies and sweet violets. Some of them are perennial, others annuals. Pansies are a cross between