Monthly Archives: August 2010

Piggy Aprons by Thais Mather

Introducing…drum roll, please…piggy aprons! If you have been to Spain you know the Spanish love of the pig. Case in point: El Museo de Jamon where row upon row of curing ham legs dangle from the ceiling complete with little … Continue reading

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SANGRIA PITCHERS

A fun batch of sangria pitchers recently arrived to fill up our windows and remind us there is more than one way to enjoy the summer’s fruit bounty. Now some of you may already know this but sangria doesn’t have … Continue reading

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Portuguese Piri Piri Chicken

Sharon and I had arrived in Porto at night before the start of a wine tour with an American importer of Iberian wines, Tom George of Frontier Wines. We set out in search of Frango one of those deceptively simple … Continue reading

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Who’s talking about Zursun beans

An excerpt from Zursun Idaho Heirloom Beans: Bean Cultivation & Global Grains newsletter that gives The Spanish Table’s history in a nutshell… Who’s talking about Zursun beans Steve Winston, owner of The Spanish Table stores in Seattle, Berkeley, Mill Valley, … Continue reading

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