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A Taste of Spain

In an interview in the Independent on Saturday, top chef Rick Stein declared that his favourite meal abroad was a plate of Iberico ham and fino sherry at El Rinconcillo, the oldest tapas bar in Seville.

I couldn't agree more - but to find out if he’s right, board the train and follow A Trail of Three Cities on which you will have time to slowly immerse yourself in the sights, sounds and flavours of lively Seville, before moving on to discover stylish Cordoba and historic Granada.

Rick is about to start filming a new TV series, "Rick Stein’s Spain", which will be broadcast next year - keep your eye on the TV listings - though if you’d prefer to learn the secrets of Spanish cuisine for yourself, why not enter The Spanish Kitchen for a week of relaxed cookery in Andalucia?

Staying in the pretty market town of Vejer de la Frontera, your base for this culinary odyssey is the excellent Hotel Califa, where the gastronomy of Morocco is fused with the flavours of southern Spain to create a very distinctive taste of Andalucia.

"Qué aproveche!"

PLEASE NOTE: 'The Spanish Kitchen' holiday, referred to above, was discontinued at the end of 2010.

Posted: 15/11/2010 10:18:47 by | with 0 comments
Filed under: gastronomy, journey, media, Spain, transport


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