Tuesday, 19 November 2013


Hi to you, I'm very happy about some of the photos taken with my new camera, we had some good walks around the little town, and along the sea.

In the afternoon the wind was stronger.

 The roscas became very popular in Almuñecar about 15 years ago, it's a round bread, filled with tomato, serrano ham and chese from the beginning, but now more sofisticated, I love the one whith chevere and caramelized onion, prepared by Yolanda at La Trastienda.

My man at the bar.
Now half the restaurants and bars in Almuñecar close for the month of November, and the owners go to relax in The Carinean, their holyday. We stay here in the cold, but at Plaza Kelibia, outdoor heaters, candles, good tapas, make us go ther in the evening for a glass of wine, a rosca, a cheese platter, or some iberico sausage and ham which are the spesialities of La Trastienda.

Yolanda makes the right athmosphere in her bar.

You can buy the half baked roscas at Mercadonna, to make at home, we use a greated tomato mixed with some drops of AOVE, serrano ham and several cheeses, such as roquefort, brie, ementhal, and toss a little oregano over, then put on a baking paper to grill in preheated oven at 150 degrees for 10 min.

Quick, but still I don't know anybody who doesn't like it, hope you like it too.

Night, night.

Los Peñones, The Masses of Rock.

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