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Any Heads In Holland?

Hello out there! Just wondering if there are any Heads in Cloggie Land?

Jack Straw in Holland

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Yeah, TigerLilly!

Glad to hear things are working out for you.

"All energy flows according to the whims of the Great Magnet. What a fool I was to defy him."

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Seafood

Sevilla is a good place for Seafood as you are close to the Med and The Atlantic

Bob

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migas

then will have to try migas too. I DO like seafood very much, so am hoping for many eating adventures.

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Too Much Seafood

I was born by the sea but HATE seafood

English fish and Chips is about my limit.

A lot of the cuisine here is based on Moroccan food, the moors were here for a few centuries and the part i live in is the last part of Spain they lived in, after the fall of Granada.

There is a local dish called Migas which is basically fried Breadcrumbs, similar in a lot of ways to Couscous, which they eat with what ver they have, Sardines, Bacaloa (salt Cod), vegetables, It is poor peoples food.

This is supposedly the poorest part of Spain, and has the cleanest air in Europe. Not too many cars still, more Burros in this village than cars

Bob

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Food

am very fond of Mexican, but NOT Indian (have a problem w/many curries I have tried unfortunately) Like Moroccan too, but is another topic ;-) Sorry-just had to say that! Like Moroccan cuisine too! So you are not to hot on Spanish cuisine? I think so far, so very good, and beats the hell out of sauerbraten and eisbein!!!!!!!!!

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Spanish Food

most of the stuff i know is from here, not Sevilla

But.......

I will see what i can do

I still cook what i like, ie. Indian, Mexican and Moroccan food

Bob

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Yes Bob

is fecking cold here, and am not just talking about the weather!

Do you have any tapas recipes that you particularly like, or Spanish cuisine? If so, perhaps you should post it in the "sat down to my supper" thread. Will be taking on Spanish cooking soon, and would be good to know where to start.

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Tapas

most of the big cities are like that apart from in local bars

Granada and Malaga certainly are

are finding it cold in Germay now ?

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Tapas

I liked most of the kinds of tapas that we tried. Except for the ones with mayonnaise, but don't like mayo w/anything, so... The one with octopus and potatoes and olive oil and garlic was very good, as was the spinach and garbanzo beans in a bowl tapa. Seems as if in Sevilla you get olives and crackers w/beer and wine, but have to order tapas. But this is after only a limited experience, so will see. I really like the option of eating just a little bit of all sorts of things.

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