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Orange Salmorejo

Orange Salmorejo

Salmorejo is an Andalusian favorite said to be originally from Cordoba. Much like gazpacho it is a cold soup often garnished with chopped ham and eggs. Salmorejo is usually found made from tomatoes, bread, garlic and olive oil. However, historically this cold soup was made from what ever vegetables or fruits were in season. This […]

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Eating in Seville, Yebra

Eating in Seville, Yebra

Perhaps off the beaten path for tourists but Yebra is a bar where the old school Sevillians go to eat well. Its decoration is classic Andaluz with articles from over the years about the restaurant´s success framed and hung with pride. It is one of the first restaurants that I got to know here in […]

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Where to eat Sevilla: La Antigua. Abacería

Where to eat Sevilla: La Antigua. Abacería

An abacería in the past was a store that sold items like canned goods, dried beans, wine, cheese and olive oil. Now, abacerías can be found throughout Seville and sell many of the same items but customers can enjoy theses delicacies in a unique old store-like setting. They may have a place to heat foods […]

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Where to eat Sevilla: La Pepona

Where to eat Sevilla: La Pepona

La Pepona, a modern tapas bar, is located smack dab in the center of Sevilla, very close to the Encarnación “Las Setas” Market.  The name of the bar is derived from the nick name of its owner José López Alba, aka Pepón.  Juanlu, the manager, and his staff are truly on top of the game. They pay […]

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