Spanish Flavors Enjoying New Attention

Chef Jose Andres sings the praises of Spanish cuisine on his PBS show, "Made in Spain." The owner of Minibar, in Washington, D.C., shares the PBS schedule with Mario Batali's program, "Spain ... On the Road Again."
Ask chef Jose Andres to describe the flavor of Spain, ...
... and he erupts in an impromptu ode to his homeland: "Spanish food will taste like the beautiful smell of the seaside when the water is heating the rocks and you have this perfume of sea salt. Spain will taste like that," says the restaurateur and host of PBS's "Made in Spain."

Full Story: Spain rising; By Kristen Browning-Blas, The Denver Post



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