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Patricia Wells type food dictionary for Spain???

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I'm a fairly frequent traveler to France and have used Patricia Wells French Food Dictionary for years. It's wonderful. I've been trying to find something as good for my trip to Spain (Andalusia) May 2014 with no success. Anyone know of a good downloadable app or PDF? I've found plenty of very basic food dictionaries but nothing extensive or nuanced. With all the tapas available in Andalusia, I want to be more prepared than just point and hope for the best. My Spanish is virtually non-existent so verbal explanations will fall flat on my English ears.

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