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    Tapas, mojos and more in Tenerife (photos)

    Sun Oct 23, 2011 12:02 pm
    Forum Host
    Just spent a lovely week in Los Gigantes in Tenerife; most of it, eating. icon_lol.gif I had Canarian potatoes and mojos every day, and showed no signs of getting bored with them.

    So good! And the cheeses, and the olives, and jamón serrano... yummy.gif I will also need to find the recipe for Spanish tortilla - I just can't get it to taste this delicious at home:

    I suspect the secret is in a lot of olive oil and sea salt... icon_wink.gif And, of course, sangria by the sea...

    ... with lemons, limes, strawberries and unparalleled freshness! Good times, good times...
    Fri Oct 28, 2011 3:48 pm
    Forum Host
    OMG, wow, you surely had a most fantastic trip with awesome food and drinks! Mmmm, everything looks soooo good! yummy.gif Ive travelled to La Palma and Fuerteventura and tried the potatoes (papas arrugadas) and mojo verde there. Its simply divine! yummy.gif
    Your pictures make me wanna reach in and take hold of everything. icon_biggrin.gif

    Thank you so much for sharing your fun times with us, stormylee! Lovely, just lovely!

    About the tortilla: Im sure one of the secrets lies in using their local high quality ingredients, but maybe there's also a trick to preparing it. One of my Spanish teachers told me that there were some things you shouldnt do, but since she always made the tortilla I sadly cant remember. Let us know how you search turns out, though.

    Sat Oct 29, 2011 4:37 pm
    Forum Host
    Ooh yes, I'm sure there is a secret to the preparation, since the ingredients are simple enough (although freshness and locality will definitely play a part!) - somehow my tortillas never turn out quite like tortillas, they turn out just like omelettes with potatoes, which is drastically different! icon_lol.gif
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