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January 24, 2019

By The International Kitchen

Three Things to See in Andalusia on a Culinary Tour of Spain

Filed Under  Destination Feature

What things are there to see in Andalusia? Lots of things! Andalusia is one of our favorite parts of Spain - and why not? It's got amazing cultural sites, great, sunny weather, and fabulous gastronomy. There are so many reasons to visit this fabulous southern region, but we're focussing on just three. The Alhambra Palace Granada's crown jewel, and one of Europe's most important sites, the Alhambra is a breathtaking… Read
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August 28, 2017

By Peg Kern

October Travel with TIK

Filed Under  What's Up at TIK

Wow, we have been surprised about the number of people wanting to book (relatively) last-minute tours to Europe for this October! We've even been finding some great airfare rates for them as well (did you know we can assist you with airfare)? October is a great time to visit some of our top selling cooking vacations in Italy, France, Spain, and Portugal. We thought we'd make it easier for you… Read
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August 1, 2014

By Liz SanFilippo

Chef Clive's Favorite Tomato Recipe: Gazpacho

Filed Under  Food History, Recipe

This week on our social media sites, we've been talking all about the tomato, one of the most versatile of all vegetables -- and fruits, depending on you ask. From its fascinating history to how it's eaten, and processed, just about everywhere, it's not surprising that it's ranked in the top four of all vegetables consumed (only topped by potatoes, carrots, and corn) in the world. We asked Chef Clive,… Read
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April 7, 2014

By Peg Kern

Interview with Clive of Cooking in Andalusian Olive Country

Filed Under  Chef Interview

Next in our series of chef interviews is Chef Clive, from our best-selling cooking vacation in Spain. Hear Clive in his own words as he talks about his cooking background, his love for food, and his passion for teaching Spanish cuisine to our travelers. When did you first start cooking? What's your first cooking memory? At the age of 14. Making Welsh Cowl Soup (Lamb, Leek and Potato Soup) on… Read
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