A GUIDEPOST REPRINT: “Salads: Let Us Bury the Myth,” 22 July 1988 »
The time has come to give that perennial stepchild of every meal, the Green Salas, a long hard look and some serious re-thinking. Salad should serve as a stimulant to appetite and a refresher in the Meal; when it becomes a mere decorative accessory in a class with parsley garnish, it is time to reconsider its positive contribution to the pleasures of the table. There is nothing intrinsically wrong with plain local lettuce tossed around with ordinary oil and vinegar and finished off with a sprinkle of salt and a grind of pepper. A plain lettuce salad is not merely not bad – it is definitely very good.
SPANISH CUISINE IS KEY INGREDIENT OF INTERNATIONAL TOURISM »
Food is one of the main attractions for tourists coming to Spain, an added value that sets the country apart from other destinations. Recent figures show that millions of international tourists visit Spain because of the native cuisine
SPAIN: EATS A TREAT »
There’s very little people around the world don’t know about “touristic” Spain. And so I’m amazed that many visitors are still amazed that one could have quality vacation in Spain cheaply. Especially when we’re talking about eats!
SPAIN TODAY: Spanish Wines, Sun, and the Camino »
Spain has it all: the lightness and the darkness, the angel and the devil, but the balance registers positive