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Floyd on Spain

By Keith Floyd

Published 1992

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It struck me that empanada is to the Galicians what the pasty is to the Cornish — only flatter: a thin sandwich of shortcrust pastry stuffed with savoury goodies. Like a pasty, empanada can be very good — or revoltingly bad.

I only say this because the first time I tasted empanada Pritchard had ordered us all out of bed at the crack of dawn, to look for a location to film the Floyd pilgrim bit — you know, walking towards Santiago de Compostela, complete with sta