Film & Music
Spain has a long tradition in film, from directors such as Bunel and Almodovar, to actors such as Banderas, Bardem and Cruz. Likewise, musi[.....]
Flamenco - the soul of Andalucia?
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Immerse yourself in the wealth of flavours, textures, aromas and colours of Spanish cuisine - a melting pot of tastes and influences, from Arabian to Jewish food, with an emphasis on the finest fresh ingredients making it a richly flavoured yet wonderfully wholesome cuisine. The diversity of Spanish food - especially the tapas tradition - means that it can suit any mood or occasion, from a simple appetiser, a family supper or a celebratory feast. Explore a world of flavours through this tour of Spanish cuisine. Learn about the diversity of Spanish regional cooking and how the flavours and traditions of each individual area of the country come together to produce the most wonderfully fragrant and flavourful food. The recipes in this indispensable guide to tapas will entice your imagination as well as your taste buds and will have you reaching for your kitchen utensils and envisaging yourself cooking in the hustle and bustle of a Spanish kitchen before you know it. About the author M Teresa Segura was born in Cadiz and lived for twenty years in Tenerife. She is now based in London.She loves nothing better than cooking for her large Spanish family, and has contributed food journalism to Spanish magazines. This is her first book.
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Spain is not just about sun, sea and sangria, its about the Moors, the Reconquest by Isabel and Ferdinand (the Catholic Kings), Rodrigo de Vivar - better known as El Cid, Hernan Cortes and the conquistadors from Extremadura, Spain's Golden Age, Don Quijote, the Camino de Santiago, flamenco, Rioja, Ribera del Duero, paella, seafood, the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spanish football from world champions La Roja, El Clasico between Real Madrid and Barcelona football clubs, Spanish painters such as Velazquez, Goya and Murillo, composers like Andres Segovia and Joaquin Rodrigo, Carmen by Bizet, The Peninsular War where the Duke of Wellington saw off Napoleon and his Marshalls, the Spanish Armada sent by King Philip II to invade England, beautiful regions including Catalyuna (Catalonia), Andalucia, or Andalusia if you prefer, Aragon, Galicia, Asturias and Cantabria, Spanish sportsmen such as Rafael Nadal and Fernando Alonso, world beating cuisine from chefs such as Fernan Adria - the list goes on and on.
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