20 Jul, 2011 @ 10:00
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Celebrity chef Rick Stein’s Spain

HE’S travelled all over the world championing the best ingredients and producers, but now English celebrity chef Rick Stein has turned his attention to Spain.

The restauranteur has just launched a new book Rick Stein’s Spain, along with accompanying television series, highlighting some of the best authentic food and places to eat.

The culinary guide includes a stop off in Andalucia, in which he enthuses about tapas bars including El Rinconcillo and Antigua Abaceria de San Lorenzo in Sevilla and Casa Bigote in Cadiz.

The television series started on BBC Two last Thursday.

James Bryce

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  1. Stein has not just turned his attention to Spain. He’s visited it many times and has done TV programs before, eg on the seafood of Galicia and the O Grove Marisco festival in October

  2. Is there any information on Villa La Era where the cooking sequences were filmed?? I think it is located at Casarabonela where Rick said his “secret valley” was at. That would be a place to visit!

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