Friday, 20 October, 2017

Food & Drink

Study casts doubt on life-preserving Spanish diet

World's "most expensive" Iberico ham has gone on sale in London

Forget Lapland... Andalucians all head for Rute, where even the world's sweetest tooth can be satisfied. Here, the three chocolate kings arrive in time to meet marzipan Jesus

Paul O’Connell re-visits a town of growth and prosperity

Andrew Pearce explains why these geese are by foie the happiest in the world... just ask President Barack Obama!

Since the Olive Press launched a campaign to cut back on plastic two years ago, plenty of town councils, companies and individuals around Andalucia have got the message, at least with plastic bags. But when it comes to plastic bottles not everyone has, writes Josephine Quintero

Thirsty, acorn-feeding black pigs produce Spain’s most famous gourmet product which is also good for your health, writes Anne Manson

The Olive Press appeals for new Slow Food groups in Andalucia
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Jamie Oliver makes a massive paella, while the Olive Press gives the background to the TV chef's top secret trip to Andalucia

Collette Bardell discovers how a colony of bees resembles a busy air terminal on bank holiday Monday

Geoff Garvey visits Cadiz bodega Huerta de Albala

EU’s fishing industry on ‘brink of suicide’ as Bluefin tuna face extinction in just three years

A clever union between Malaga’s best wines and ten top-rated local artists has created a unique and very collectable addition to your wine cellar

Spain proves - once again - that its chefs are by far the best in the world

Greenpeace is taking on the Spanish supermarkets over their continuing sale of endangered fish

Wine extravaganza will be an assault on the taste buds (as well as the wallet)

The Olive Press sent David Baird to Riofrio for a lunch of fresh trout and... award winning, eco-friendly local caviar? We kid you not

As the Slow Food Movement starts to make inroads in northern Spain, Dick Handscombe travels to Italy to find out how to spread its message in Andalucia

It is classed as one of the best wines in Spain and is served in some of the nation's top restaurants. MARK ROULSTON heads to the modest village of Jete to revisit the even more modest bodega of Calvente

Draft law proposed by the region's health authority could effectively outlaw wine production.

Launching Andalucia’s first and most discerning restaurant guide, The Olive Press presents first serialisation of editor Jon Clarke’s new book Dining Secrets of Andalucia

Despite the heavy storms in May that battered La Alpujarra, laying waste to hundreds of hectares of vines, two of that region’s signature bodegas had a bumper end to the year.

Major producers appeal to Brussels to stop “vital” road construction

Granada: home to the Alhambra palace, the Albaicín and thousands of tapas bars. In the name of research, Mark Roulston visits just a few...

SOMETIMES dining out can be all about timing. Choose a restaurant where the regular chef has just quit - and they are placing ads...

Ronda's complex wines are starting to catch up with the Romans.

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