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22.6.10

San Sebastian: a tour of food, coming to BH.net soon

Repeat visitors to borderhopping.net may notice a seeming lag in publication. But fear not, fellow border hoppers. We are simply on a publishing hiatus as our backend is restructured.

But seeing as we are a bit, well, behind schedule... and being a little impatient, as oft happens when waiting for great things, we cannot resist sharing some sneak peaks of the new content to come. And so, we shall travel...

To Spain.



We thank contributor Emily Monaco for sharing her very special “culinary adventure,” courtesy of San Sebastian Food’s Jon Warren and Nicole Oakley.



With the foodie wisdom of San Sebastian Food and the critical lens of Monaco, we will be delving into Riojas...



...and slicing into sheep’s milk cheese.



“Food is a journey,” San Sebastion Food tells us on their website... and just as those unexpected “blockades” that can stall any sort of project (ahem, we are very sorry for our hiatus)... such will be life on the road of the Spanish countryside.

But as that old adage always reminds us: good things will come, if only... (you know the rest).

Stay tuned for “From Corderos and Cheese to Alubias and Artisans: A Day in the Basque Country with San Sebastian Food.”

In the meantime...
Check out Emily Monaco's blog >>
Visit the San Sebastian Food website >>

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