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The Piquillo pepper is often referred to as the ‘red gold’ of Lodosa. It has been sold outside its homeland only for a few decades. A treasure on the Spanish menu, it is slowly finding its way to countries outside Spain
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Freshness and hydration. These are two of the qualities that form the sensory map of summer fruit. Spain’s idyllic climate means that the feeling of summer can be made to linger until well into the month of October – particularly thanks to the production of certain varieties of quality melons,...
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From its humble origins as a favorite snack of Andalusian peasants, gazpacho, a cold soup made with raw ingredients, has risen to the menus of sophisticated restaurants all over the world. Andrea Aguilar reviews the origins, the places, the restaurants ante the variations that make it essential to...
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A primordial ingredient in the Mediterranean Diet; a cultural legacy packed with unbeatable nutritional qualities and a variety of aromas and flavors. The virtues of Spanish extra virgin olive oil are known to all. Now, we want consumers to let themselves be seduced by another application for this...
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What is the king of summer recipes? Without a doubt, it’s gazpacho. Fortunately, it belongs to a family of wonderful royal relatives. Let’s take a look at our cookbook, in search of refreshment, nutrition and enticing flavors.
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