Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Dance group La Fura del Baus cooks up a storm

An ingenious production of Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus will see top dance company La Fura dels Baus cooking up a storm on stage in Malaga

Catch a falling star

Tragabuches - the first restaurant in Andalucia to be awarded a Michelin star - has been stripped of its accolade due to poor performance

Top chef Dani Garcia does it again

Andalucia's top chef racks up another star

James Hewitt’s Polo House looks abroad

James Hewitt could open franchises abroad

The future’s orange

No reason to be bitter. This year’s citrus harvest will be a bumper one, writes Wendy Williams

El Bulli reborn

Adria is moving out of the kitchen and into the technology lab

Frying water

New exhibition focusing on the work of three chefs

Chestnuts roasting on an open fire

Some recipe ideas for chestnuts

Sevilla for chocoholics

Nativity scene created from 1,500 kilos of chocolate by master chocolatiers from Rute (Cordoba)

A wine time

With around 20 vineyards now planted in Ronda, in the words of one wine writer ‘the dream has really taken hold’

A cook’s tour of Ronda

Over the last few years Ronda has become increasingly popular for lovers of good food

It’s the season for saffron

The arrival of autumn means only one thing for many of the inhabitants of Castilla-La-Mancha – time to harvest its ever precious saffron

Pints while pregnant

A shocking 45 per cent of pregnant women in Spain have admitted to drinking alcohol during pregnancy

The sweet smell of success

Jon Clarke on the fall and rise of the sweet Moscatel wines from the Axarquia

The Pearls of Aphrodite

Andalucian firm first in Spain to produce white caviar

Goat and raisin cook off

Top chefs in Andalucia are to go head-to-head in a 2000 euro goat recipe challenge

Andalucia wine: 20 reasons to go local

In the fourth of our Buen Vino columns, Sara Wallace gives you a taste of the 20 wine regions of Andalucia

Top price for elegance

Unlike its famous neighbour from Jerez, Montilla’s reputation has not travelled far outside Spain, even Cordoba. That is until now, writes Jon Clarke

Comeback King!

In the second installment of new wine column Buen Vino on Andalucian wines, Jon Clarke discovers how sherry could be on the cusp of a dramatic return to fashion

Living the high life in Andalucia

Spain's highest vineyard scoops top marks from Parker - and gets the top politicians circling

It all began with a German!

How the ruthless efficiency of organic winemaker Federico Shatz made Ronda wines great again

Cherries that cost three euros a pop

A Catalonian farmer is causing a retail battle in Britain

Jamie’s silly Spanish spoof

Celebrity chef Oliver dons prawn costume in wacky advert to promote Andalucia cooking show

My sherry amor

Robert Friedlander takes a tour around the sherry-steeped history of Jerez, where he has lived for the last five years

Holy guacamole

Police arrest two over record avocado thefts

Spain says adios to the Med diet

Study casts doubt on life-preserving Spanish diet
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