We had never been to Vejer de la Frontera before, so it was a delight to combine our first trip to the town with a visit to Annie B's Spanish Kitchen. Annie first of all took us to Barbate market where we bought all the fresh ingredients, including pargo and lubina for making our salt-baked fish dish. To our amazement, whilst we were inside the market a "flash mob" appeared and began dancing and singing, much to the amusement of the stall-holders - though I don't suppose this treat can always be arranged for all visitors!
Annie is particularly knowledgeable about the almadraba method of catching Atlantic bluefin tuna and, as a passionate "sherry educator", knew exactly which tipple went with each dish we prepared later in the day. She guided us through her selection of delicious recipes which were easy to prepare (even for a relatively novice cook like my husband), but which looked much more elaborate.
Annie is excellent teacher and we had a fantastic time at Casa Alegre. As she tailors her cooking days according to your level of expertise and interests, I would recommend a visit to Annie B's Kitchen to anyone.
Can't wait to go back and try a different kind of cooking. Thanks for a memorable time, Annie.
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