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Toast with EVOO & Tomato

Toast with EVOO & Tomato

The most common breakfast in Andalusia is, “Aceite y Tomate”, Olive oil and tomato. However, there are many variations to the theme and there is a definite art to ordering this breakfast in an Andalusian bar. The dance goes something like this: “Give me a half a village bread with tomato and oil”. Then the […]

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Fresh Apple Salmorejo

Fresh Apple Salmorejo

There is more to just cold soups of Spain than gazpacho. You can find fresh soups around Spain that use strawberries, watermelon, beets, cherries and even almonds. I have decided to play on a modern favorite, apple and arugala salmorejo. Salmorejo is much like gazpacho but is thicker and has less ingredients. A traditional salmorejo […]

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Seville Orange Hamentashen

Seville Orange Hamentashen

      It is Purim! The fun Jewish, carnival holiday of drinking, costumes and making noise. For most Jews, Purim would not be the same without the fabulous cookie known as the hamentashen, Although Sephardic Jews do not make hamentashen they do make other pastries like tea cookies and the ear of Hamen, known as pestiños […]

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The Segura y Mancha Family Citrus Olive Oil Cake

The Segura y Mancha Family Citrus Olive Oil Cake

This citrus olive oil cake was served during the Segura y Mancha family Ancestral Event where family, friends and olive oil tasters come together to create the best coupage (a blend of EVOOs). For generations, the Segura y Mancha family has sat around after the harvest and milling to create the best blend of oils. […]

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Golden Andalusian Cocktails

Golden Andalusian Cocktails

When Brígida Jiménez, my mentor and one of the world´s best tasters, asked me and my husband to attend the presentation of an up and coming hojiblaca olive oil from Rute, Conde de Mirasol, I couldn´t say no. Just a few weeks prior, I had tasted this oil and my response was, “WOW”. Wow is […]

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