Made in Spain

  • 2008
  • TV Show
  • TV-G

An exploration of Spain's culinary and cultural treasures.

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Red Red Wine
24:41 — No Spanish wine is more famous than Rioja, and Andres starts with a quick tapa of apples in red wine syrup.
A Taste of The Sea
24:41 — Andres prepares scallops in their shells with Albarino white wine and visits the dramatic seafood farms of this northwestern region.
How They Cook Back Home
24:38 — From his home region of Asturias in northern Spain, Andres showcases its great cheeses.
Spain's Vegetable Garden
24:39 — Andres stuffs some piquillos with cheese, then takes viewers to Navarra to show them how to roast and peel the peppers.
The Magic of Saffron and Cervantes
24:41 — Andres uses widely available manchego cheese to prepare a salad of cheese, tomato, thyme and walnuts.
Food Arts
24:41 — Using a Catalan olive oil bought in the U.S., Andres prepares two tapas: marinated olives, and toast with cheese and anchovy.
A Pilgrim's Progress in Food
24:39 — Andres explores the food of the magical, mystical region of Galicia where pilgrims have traveled for centuries.
Surf and Turf
24:41 — Andres turns Spain's sparkling wine, cava, into a light dressing for oysters and a refreshing mimosa cocktail.
Food for the Family
25:28 — Asturias means family for Andres, and he prepares a simple apple and cheese salad with his mother's favorite blue cheese, Cabrales.
Earth, Wind and Fire
24:43 — Andres cooks a cold soup of Basque cheese bought in Manhattan before going to the rustic farms where the cheesemakers live.
Tuna and Tapas
24:42 — Andres prepares a classic tuna salad before joining the extraordinary tuna catch off the southern coast of Spain.
The Sweet Spanish Center
24:39 — Andres explains the Spanish sweet tooth, cooking pancakes with chocolate before showing viewers the wonderfully thick hot chocolate of Spain.
A Cultural and Culinary Capital
24:41 — Andres cooks a quick tapa of fried eggs and Spanish chorizo sausage before showing viewers the artistic and food culture of the Spanish capital.

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  • Premiered: January 31, 2008
  • Rating: TV-G
  • Premise: An exploration of Spain's culinary and cultural treasures. (more)

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