As they say below~The Mediterranean diet is varied and gives you a healthy and balanced diet based on fish, chicken, legumes, fruits and vegetables. More equilibrium ensues with meat treats, such as Jamon Iberico and Bellota and the cheese accompaniments, such as Manchego and Queso de Cabrales. For foodies only, our little taste of Spain …
Something sweet like a work of art.
Madrid~the largest fish market outside of Tokyo.
Old school Spanish cuisine of Moorish Granada and Andalusia.
We stuck with the lamb dishes … those and the desserts were grand.
Las Tinajas, the restaurant itself.
The secret is an acorn diet.
The little paper umbrellas catch any drips of fat.
Spanish reds, whites, and rosados~all good.
One of the best lunches, tiny place with only a few places to sit.
A warm night and a lovely patio restaurant, Sevilla.
Al fresco and happy to be here.
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