November 1, 2014


Breakfast. Try bakeries, even coffee shops within supermarkets. Everyone will make a couldn't-be-fresher orange juice for you, coffee served in glasses, and bread to your choice will be toasted for you to pour olive oil on it. All for a penny.
Lunch. Sit on a terrace and have some ensaladilla - a sort of potato salad - and why not, try at least once some rice like this one.
Dinner. This was on Carmen everyday. Cheese and jabugo (cured ham) from her sister and her own Spanish omelette. We spent the evenings in the porch, by the olive trees. Even the owls would join us.

Desayuno. Prueba las panaderías, incluso las cafeterías de los supermercados. Todo el mundo te hará un no-puede-ser-más-fresco zumo de naranja, café servido en vasos, y pan a elegir, tostado para que le eches aceite de oliva por encima. Todo por casi nada.
Comida. Siéntate en una terraza y tómate una ensaladilla, y por qué no, al menos una vez prueba un arroz como éste.
Cena. De esto se encargó Carmen todos los días. Queso y jabugo de su hermana, y tortilla de patatas propia. Pasamos las anochecidas en el porche, junto a los olivos. Hasta las lechuzas se apuntaban.

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