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Can you recommend Andalucian food specialties not to be missed?

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Now that I have our places to stay and the transportation worked out I can start thinking about the foods of Andalucia.

We will be staying in Cordoba, Sevilla, Ronda, Jerez, Mijas and Granada for 3 weeks in March. My husband likes to know the special foods to be found in our travels and I'm not sure other than with so much coastline fish must be on the menu ;;)

We love gazpacho soup and I know that is featured in Andalucia but I consider that a summer soup. Will we find that on the menu in March? If not, I know Ron will be very disappointed.

During my research I read about a wine drink that is similar to sangria but not called sangria; can you tell me the name for this drink?

Our first night in Sevilla I hope to reserve a tapas tour so that we become more familiar with a tapas menu. This will be our third trip to Spain and admittedly I tend to rely on the jamon as a "safe" choice which has gotten me into "ham overload" on those two previous trips;;) Don't want to play it that safe this time!!

I'm a much more adventuresome eater than my husband but he is willing to try new foods if he knows what he is eating. Can you recommend where I can find any online descriptions of what we could find on an Andalucian menu?

Thank you for sharing your favorite foods of Andalucia with me. Deborah

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