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El Celler de Can Roca had just been crowned the world’s best restaurant by TripAdvisor in 2014. But how did it stand up to the Olive Press taste test? Jon Clarke checks it out
THE other day, while treating myself to a paella in Valencia’s Plaça del Mercat, I asked a passing waiter for alioli. The horror on the...
TODAY is World Paella Day, where food fans around the globe celebrate the most universal dish of Spain’s Valencia. It’s a day when passionate Valencianos...
Jamie Oliver’s empire goes into administration with 1,000 job losses just a week after new Costa del Sol restaurant
It comes after Oliver angered Spain by bastardising a traditional Valencian paella with chorizo in 2016
Malaga province is a favourite with the dad-of-five, who singled out Ronda in particular, when he visited Andalucia for his show, Jamie's Food Escapes
“This is not paella: this is rice with things.”
The Essex-man was hounded on Twitter after uploading a photo of the classic rice dish featuring chorizo
Top Spanish food critic blasts British chefs Gordon Ramsay, Jamie Oliver and Marco Pierre White for butchering classic Spanish...
In a hilariously damning review, Ana Vega has slammed Brits Gordon Ramsay, Jamie Oliver and Marco Pierre White as well as having a dig at many internationally-acclaimed chefs
Hotel Molino del Santo in Benaojan has made The Times’ list of Europe’s 20 best hotels for food lovers
Jet-setting caterer Milli Taylor has notched up hundreds of air miles bringing the flavours of Andalucia to London’s trendy dining scene. The Olive Press catches up with her...
Gaucin is becoming the heart of the ‘Cotswolds of Spain’... the Olive Press explains why so many global big-wigs are flocking to Andalucia’s quaintest village
The Olive Press presents to you a book round-up for children and adults that are flying off the shelves and under the Christmas tree
You’ve all heard the rather wacky theory that John F Kennedy, Elvis, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Princess Diana et al aren’t dead at all and are living on a remote island somewhere in the world, well Paul Whitelock thinks that Andalucía is also a hiding place for the rich and famous