My Delicious Sherry Bread Recipe Whoever said that Sherry isn’t for breakfast hasn’t yet tried my Sherry bread recipe! Lightly toasted and served with sweet tomatoes doused in gutsy extra virgin olive oil, makes for a delicious Sherry infused breakfast. It was inspired by a cooking class I attended in Corfu last summer when we […]
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Romesco Sauce Recipe – a Spanish classic This has to be one of my all-time favourite Spanish sauces. To have a Romesco Sauce recipe up your sleeve will serve you well. It’s not only extremely delicious but also it can lift most dishes onto a different level. A jar of Romesco will last in your […]
De-escalation of Lockdown in Spain, May 2020 As of today, 11 May 2020, Vejer and the province of Cadiz along with 51% of the population of Spain can now experience the greatest freedom of movement since 14th March 2020. We move into Phase 1 of the de-escalation of lockdown in Spain. What do we now […]
My Cinco de Mayo Mexican Layered Dip Cinco de Mayo (fifth of May) is the perfect time to make this delicious Mexican layered dip that’s been part of my repertoire since my early catering days in London. It was inspired by an American client of mine and has always been loved by everyone. No cooking […]
Welcome to Morocco Morocco is an onslaught for the senses – mysterious, enchanting, colourful, and delicious. I have toured across his lands many times. With each and every visit there are always new treasures that tantalise my appetite for more. My Latest Moroccan Expedition The experience I shared with a group of […]
I stayed in Catalonia Hotel which is not really my style as it’s a chain and modern but the views from the 3rd-floor room over the bull ring were fabulous and I would stay again. Breakfast was an additional 17€ per person and it’s much more fun to head out to enjoy ‘tostada con tomate’ […]
Living close to the coast in the province of Cadiz in SW Andalucia, we are never short of two things, plenty of freshly caught delicious fish and an abundance of sunshine. However, as winter draws in and the days get cooler, the food I cook becomes warmer and richer, and my fish stew is a […]
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