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Friday, October 21, 2011

AÑEJO - RECIPE FOR MATURE COCKTAILS!

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(STILL-LIFE COLD CUTS)
Photo by: Grupo Lamarca Almería
OCast anneio, L. anniculus aum, Eng. mature(d), fermented, cured; rancid. In the Maragato Region of León, the word is applied to food and drink over one year old, such as ham and wine but generally it can mean food that has matured a few days, months or years. [Dialecto. 1947:141; García Rey. 1934:41; Sánchez-Albornoz. 2000:132; and Viñayo. 1944:62]


RECIPE FOR MATURE COCKTAILS FROM THE MEDIEVAL CHEF

Ingredients


1 friend
1 bottle of mature wine
1 plate of sliced serrano ham, sausage and/or chorizo
1 cheese board
aged cheese
1 baguette
Frank Sinatra (medieval no?) background music 
candle light


Preparation

Remove the mouse from the cheese before the friend arrives.

mouse inside cheese
Photo by: ive7845

2 comments:

  1. I love your sense of humour! Please note: wine can also be young, but añeja will become a friendship based on such good grounds. Nothing easier and more authentic. Spanish refranero is full of proverbs: "con queso pan y vino se anda el camino" (and with someone to share them, too).

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  2. Ah, in other words: the best route is one with cheese, bread and wine and of course a good friend!

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