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Did this Olive Press reporter just pull off the best April Fool’s prank on Spanish Twitter ever?

AS JAMIE Oliver found out when he put chorizo in paella, or The Times journalist Chris Haslam when he wrote a tongue-in-cheek column about...

It’s official: These are the rules of paella as determined by researchers in Spain’s Valencia (and chorizo is most...

WHEN British chef Jamie Oliver released a paella recipe that included chunks of chorizo, it stirred more nationalistic emotions than the issue of Gibraltar’s...

REVIEW: World’s ‘best’ restaurant El Celler de Can Roca? Maybe if it sorts out its wine

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

Food for thought: Is chorizo in paella really such a bad thing?

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...

It’s World Paella Day, and we’re still arguing about chorizo!

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

British chef Jamie Oliver opens NEW restaurant on Spain’s Costa del Sol

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

Hollywood’s Rob Schneider roasted by Spaniards for ‘epic Paella fail’

“This is not paella: this is rice with things.”

The fishy side of Brexit

Our new OP blogger was fascinated to read about the Spanish backlash to Jamie Oliver's take on paella and compares it to Brexit

Jamie Oliver’s Spanish paella likened to botched fresco painting in Twitter backlash

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

Italian restaurant takes La Linea by storm

Benito Farsi, a former protégé of Jamie Oliver, launched Perejil Grill in spring of this year

Benaojan’s Molino del Santo named among 20 best for food lovers in Europe

Hotel Molino del Santo in Benaojan has made The Times’ list of Europe’s 20 best hotels for food lovers

Party bites from paradise by jet-setting caterer Milli Taylor

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: The hidden hot-spot to the rich and famous

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

Spain embraces healthier school dinners

A decade of reforms has seen Spain's school dinners embrace a healthier way of life

Festive reads: A selection of books to put under the Christmas tree

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

Olive Press soothes Gordon Ramsay nightmare

‘Andalucia’s top food critic’ Jon Clarke brought in to run a rule over failing restaurant

Gaucin: River deep, mountain high

With its picture postcard villages and lush landscape, watered by the cleanest river in Europe, the Genal Valley has been called the Cotswolds of Spain. Gaucin, perched on the balcony of the Serrania, is its crowning glory, writes Carey Camel

Jamie Oliver teaches Benalmadena children to cook

The lesson was part of the celebrity chef's Food Revolution Day

Jamie Oliver in Marbella

The Naked Chef spent an evening in La Sala restaurant while on a short break in Spain

Naked Chef Jamie Oliver in Marbella

Chef enjoys lunch at La Sala in Puerto Banus

Help, help me, Ronda!

Paul Whitelock reckons an extract from the lyric of the Beach Boys 1965 hit resonates with lots of people who have come to Ronda to live. But why is this stunning city so special?

Doppelgängers in Andalucía

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

A cook’s tour of Ronda

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

Not a pukka parking space

EXCLUSIVE by Andrew Pearce: How a parked car almost foiled Jamie Oliver's Spanish TV finale




New low-cost high-speed train operator OUIGO delays arrival in Malaga until the end of 2024

THE arrival of the Euroduplex trains OUIGO, a subsidiary of the French railway operator SNCF, in the high-speed line between Malaga, Sevilla and Cordoba...


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