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Lunch at the Cadiz Market

It’s been a very hot summer, my friends. Last Saturday, we saw that the high for our town of El Puerto de Santa Maria was going to be 99ºF, so we decided that we needed to get down to Cadiz, where it’s always cooler, especially in the summer time. This was also a great excuse […]

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Market Visits

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Eating Hop Shoots

Have you tried eating hop shoots before?  Maybe you should!  It turns out that hop shoots are the most expensive vegetable in the world– and I have them growing wild in my back yard!  To tell the truth, the wild hops in my yard are a real nuisance– they grow all over the shrubs back […]

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Foraging

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How to Make Bresaola

From the first time I tasted bresaola, I was smitten.  I love cured meats, and enjoy the clean flavor of beef much more than other meats.  It was a beautiful burgundy, and the herbs it had been cured with came through crisply.  I would definitely need to learn how to make bresaola myself!  I found […]

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Churcuterie & Cured Meats

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Got Apple Peels? Make a Simple Apple Peel Cider!

It’s the time of year for peeling loads of apples for all sorts of wonderful autumn preparations.  I love the sessions in the kitchen with bubbling pots that fill the house with those cozy smells.  But I always feel a little bit guilty about sending so many apple peels to the compost pile– do you?  […]

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Homebrewing

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