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Meson La Orza, La Mamola, Costa Tropical, Granada 18750, Andalucia, Southern Spain.

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Meson La Orza, La Mamola, Costa Tropical, Granada 18750, Andalucia, Southern Spain.

1st night of traditional Spanish music in the newly reformed traditional Spanish tapas bar, on the sea front in La Mamola, on the Costa Tropical In Southern Spain. Video Courtesy of Costa Tropical Properties CB www.costatropicalproperties.com e-mail: costatropical@telefonica.net

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El toro, local spanish Tapas & restaurant in Stoneleigh,epsom,sutton,kingston,mypostcodeinfo

local community information directory mypostcodeinfo.com proudly like to introduce El Toro at Stoneleigh, Epsom . Lots of promotional offer available please vsit www.mypostcodeinfo.com – sm1 sm2 sm3 kt4

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Spanish tapas party!

OLGSA teachers and friends let loose Spanish style after school hours.

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My friends make my life a magic

Friends Magicbabe Ning, Pamela Ho and Andrew Chow are coming for dinner. I prepared Spanish Tapas. ;-)

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Taste the magic of Spain through the fantastic cuisine

If you are curious about the origin and the traditions of the Spanish cuisine and about other sides of the culture and the customs of different regions in Spain, immerse yourself in the authentic ambience by joining language courses around the country.

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Tapas – The Small Plate With The Big Flavour !

Tapas is a vibrant and authentic variety of appetizers or snacks which are cooked very quickly. Tapas is in the very heart, culture and lifestyle of the Spaniards and is seen as a way of eating rather than a style of cooking. Originally tapas was served as a between meal snack, however nowadays it is often eaten as a light evening meal served to groups of friends and family, with the main meal being served at lunch times.

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The Essential Spanish Kitchen

From the Serrano ham to saffron, all the essential ingredients for a fully stocked Spanish Kitchen.

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The Best Thing I Ever Ate in the Mission: Jorge from Esperpento

By Mabel Jiménez Jorge Mancera, head chef at Esperpento, a Spanish tapas restaurant on 22nd and Valencia, talks about his favorite thing to eat in the Mission. You get one clue: It’s on 24th and York. Tell us your favorite.

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Kevin The Spanish Dancer

Kevin dancing at Spanish Tapas Glebe

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Tortilla Espanola with Chef Gonzolo “Mr. G” Bermeo at El Porron, New York City

If you’re in the mood for making quick and easy Spanish tapas, all you’ll need is potato, egg and onion. But don’t be fooled– these three simple ingredients equal big flavor on the stove. Today we visit El Porron Restaurant in New York City, where Chef Gonzolo “Mr. G” Bermeo shows us how one of the most iconic and delicious dishes of Spain is made. Tip: Tortilla Espanola is one of the national dishes of Spain Tip: Add the potato mixture once the olive oil starts to lightly smoke Tip: The tortilla is ready when it is firm to the touch Trick: Idaho potatoes have a firm texture and won’t get mushy Trick: Use a Spanish white onion so that the color of the tortilla is consistent Technique: Keep potatoes in warm water to prevent browning Technique: Remove the potato mixture every 5 minutes and stir so it doesn’t burn Tortilla Espanola by Chef Gonzolo “Mr. G” Bermeo PREPARATION: 1. Wash and peel the potatoes. Place the potatoes in bowl with cold water to prevent from browning. 2. Cut potatoes into quarters lengthwise, then cut into 1-inch pieces. 3. Cut half of the Spanish onion into a medium-small dice. 4. Sprinkle the potatoes and onion with a pinch of salt. 5. Heat olive oil in a large sauté pan over high heat. When the oil is very hot (almost smoking), turn off the heat, add the potatoes and onion to the pan, and sauté for 1-2 minutes. 6. Put the pan with the potatoes and onion in a 500 degree oven. Remove pan from the oven and stir mixture every 5 minutes to prevent

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