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Comment from: Wendy (UK) [Visitor] Email
This was the menu for lunch today.

Bloody Mary Gazpacho shots
Chilled dry sherry
Olives/Manchego cheese/salted almonds/quince jelly

Calamari/Gambas a la plancha/prawns & chorizo

Cold tortilla/cold empanada/crispy chicken wings & patatas bravas (I know the wings aren't authentic Spanish tapas, but they SHOULD be)

Apple & walnut salad
Red onion & orange salad

Iberico/Serrano/Parma ham platter
Crusty bread

Beer & wine

All except me now having a siesta!! (which means I can sneak away and catch up on Houston Open).

PS I'm glad you're now an olive convert, otherwise how could I take your tapas blog seriously?
2009-04-05 @ 12:48
Comment from: YourAndalucia [Visitor] Email
Jamon (serrano ham) is absolutely wonderful. When we have tapas, I always order jamon y queso (ham and cheese) and my other favourite - carne en salsa ( a meat stew). Tapas is just perfect washed down with a glass of Spanish red wine, Alhambra beer or a tinto verano (red wine and casera/lemonade). I'm making myself feel hungry now!
2009-04-27 @ 15:59
Comment from: MKV to iPad [Visitor] Email
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Jamon (serrano ham) is absolutely wonderful.
2010-06-09 @ 01:16

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