Made In Spain

A Fairy Tale Come True

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MADE IN SPAIN is a series exploring the culinary and cultural riches of Spain. Hosted by chef Jose Andres, the series highlights the extraordinary cooking traditions of a country whose food and wine is capturing the worlds' imagination. In every episode, Andres brings the exciting flavors of his native Spain to the American audience with easy and informative recipes created in his Washington, DC, kitchen using products found here in the U.S. Each cooking segment is woven into a gastronomic and cultural tour of one of Spain's 17 vibrant regions, where Andres introduces the viewer to many of Spain s greatest artisan cheese makers, wine makers and restaurateurs.

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  • A Cultural and Culinary Capital
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  • A Taste of The Sea
  • The Magic of Saffron and Cervantes
  • Surf and Turf
  • Tuna and Tapas
  • Spain's Vegetable Garden
  • The Sweet Spanish Center
  • A Pilgrim's Progress in Food
  • How They Cook Back Home


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