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Sehr geehrter Gast, das plato alpujarreño ist ein typisches Gericht aus La Alpujarra, sowohl der Teil von Granada als auch der von Almeria.Das plato alpujarreño umfasst die repräsentativsten Produkte der Region: Blutwurst, Paprika, Chorizo, Kartoffeln mit Spiegeleiern und Serrano-Schinken aus La Alpujarra, je nach Region unterschiedlich.Ihre Erfindung ist unklar. Die Einfachheit seiner Herstellung hat es jedoch zu einem der beliebtesten in der Region gemacht.Als nächstes werde ich Ihnen erklären,...

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Dear guest, the churro is a flour-based dough cooked in oil, a food called "frying pan fruits." Churros are popular in Spain, Portugal, France, Latin America, the Philippines, Belgium, and some areas of the United States. The manufacture and sale is carried out in specialized premises called churrerías or churros factories.Their basic ingredients are water, flour (generally wheat, although it can be from another origin), oil and salt.Their shape can be straight, stick-shaped, in loops or curlers...

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Dear guest, gazpachuelo is one of the most traditional recipes in Malaga, of which you can find many versions such as seafood in gazpachuelo and creamy fish soup. The Malagan gazpachuelo has its origin among the fishermen of the region. These made a fish soup to which they added potatoes and added flavor by incorporating garlic mayonnaise to the whole. In many households it is accompanied by whipped or cooked egg white, white fish and clams, always trying to keep the white color that characterizes...

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Dear guest, flamenco is a way of life, and it is not as particular anywhere as it is in Granada. In fact, it even has its own name: the zambra which it is groups of songs and typical dances that symbolize moments of the Calé wedding. In the flamenco caves in Granada you can find the most authentic and pure culture of the Spanish gypsies who sing and dance flamenco.Sacromonte, together with Albaicín, treasure an authentic expression of flamenco tablao. Two places where this Moorish tradition so characteristic...

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Dear guest, flamenco is part of the culture of Spain. It is probably the most international artistic representation of Spanish culture, considered Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 2010, it is still very much alive today. Flamenco is music, song and dance.The long list of artists as the best flamenco singers, attest that it is in Spain where the cradle of this musical genre is found, which is already part of Spanish culture.Maximum exponentsCamarón de la IslaJosé Monje Cruz was...

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Dear guest, the Cooperative de La Palma de Carchuna (Motril) is a 46-year-old fruit and vegetable cooperative characterized by housing one of the most technified and productive greenhouse areas in Spain.The roots of La Palma, as it is known locally, was found in a settlement town built in the late sixties in Carchuna, near Motril, within the framework of the Franco regime's hydraulic policy. There a town with a hundred houses was built, with its schools, crafts, a market and a church. The project...

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Querido huésped, como ya sabe por una publicación anterior, Antequera es una localidad de la provincia de Málaga situada al norte de la provincia. Tiene unos 42.000 habitantes. A continuación vamos a hablar de los postres más típicos y también del mollete, producto por el que se conoce a Antequera en toda España.AlfajoresEl alfajor es un dulce de la repostería española, es una variedad de dulce típicamente navideño, propio de la cocina andaluza. Suele estar realizado a partir de una pasta...

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Dear guest, in this post I will explain some typical Spanish Christmas traditions.The villancicos (Christmas songs)It is a musical genre that refers to Christmas and is sung during these dates. The lyrics are accompanied by the sound of the tambourine and the zambomba, typical instruments used for this type of song.Making pestiñosA tradition of Christmas is to make pestiños. They are typical sweets of this date, made with flour, orange, different spices, which are fried and go through syrup. They...

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Dear guest, the Costa Tropical of Granada is one of the least crowded places on the southern coast of Spain even in high season, despite having all the ingredients to become the next fashionable destination. Good weather all year round, wide cultural offer, kilometers and kilometers of beach, location less than an hour away from major points of interest (the Alhambra, Sierra Nevada, Malaga ...) and delicious cuisine, the result of the mix Arab past and western present. A clear example of this...

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Dear guest, the geographical location of the Alpujarra, between the sea and Sierra Nevada, has created a very suitable climate for the production of different wines, for this reason the Bodega Señorío de Nevada stands out for the production of internationally known varieties such as: Syrah, Merlot and Cabernet Suavignon and the local variety Tempranillo.The Bodega Señorío de Nevada, located in Villamena, offers visits and tastings, from which the visitor can learn how their wines are made and...

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The Lotería de Navidad is one of the most popular and anticipated draws in Spain. The event takes place a few days before Christmas and has more than 200 years of tradition. The first draw was held on December 18, 1812, during the time of the Cortes of Cádiz. The Minister of the Chamber of the Indies, Ciriaco González Carvajal, created it as a strategy to increase the income of the public treasury, given the poor economic situation in Spain.The Lotería de Navidad continued to grow with the expulsion...

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Dear guest, the twelve grapes or grapes of luck is the tradition of eating twelve grapes, one for each stroke, at 12 pm from December 31 (New Year's Eve) to January 1, because it supposedly brings good luck for the new year.There are several theories about the beginning of the tradition of eating twelve grapes on New Year's Eve in Spain, but two are the most powerful: the first theory says that the tradition of eating the 12 grapes at midnight on New Year's Eve was originated in 1909, due to an excess...