February is still part of the low season at A Cooking Day, which is good in order to get some rest and recharge batteries, but at the same time I feel sorry because the countryside looks sooooo beautiful and the weather can be wonderful too, and you are missing it! It's winter (most days you would't say so though) and so still the time to look for shelter in rural "ventas" where food without pretensions will bring us warm memories and comfort. One of the best places to have a comforting and absolutely amazing lunch in a cold winter day
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We are right in the heart of Malaga, walking among the bustling stalls of Atarazanas Market to enjoy a market tour before we head for our cooking class. There are many things catching the visitor's attention. The noisy fish vendors, the colorful piles of fruits and vegetables, all those shinny seasoned olives...Yes, but without a doubt those mountains of orange lard- they are told- wrapping pork meat or even chorizos, those huge pans filled with fat, will really impress the avid foreigner thinking maybe Mediterranean diet is not so healthy after all... Let me explain. The "lomo en manteca",