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Old Food

Old Food

By Jill Dupleix

Published 1998

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The Spanish have a way of eating and drinking that cuts right to the soul. While tapas is traditionally an evening event, the principle of eating small snacks accompanied by a cold beer, a freshly opened, well chilled bottle of Jerez (sherry) or a glass of wine is too good not to do in the middle of the day. Hogazas (ho-garth-us) is also the name of the round Castilian bread that is most likely to be used for these tapas toasts.