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Dani García Restaurante

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Bulevar Príncipe Alfonso von Hohenlohe s/n
29602 Marbella (Málaga)
Tel.: +34 952 764 252
www.restaurantedanigarcia.com
info@dgarcia.es
Type of cuisine: Andalusian renewed
Chef: Dani García
Average price: 150 €
Opening hours: From Tuesdays to Saturdays, from 13:30 to 15:30; and from 19:30 to 22:30. Sundays and Mondays, closed all day. July and August, closed on Sundays.

It has barely been open for two months, but it has already become a whole revelation. As its heart and soul so correctly defines it, Dani García Restaurante is “cooking with tradition”. A personal project of this Andalusian chef with two Michelin stars to his credit located right on the golden strip of Marbella, and in the heart of one of the most prestigious hotel establishments of this Málaga city: Hotel Puente Romano.
A great deal of imagination, a hint of creativity, unique skill, willingness and a great deal of loving care are the ingredients that Dani García uses to build an innovative gastronomic experience, replete with contrasts, flavours and textures, and caressed by the delicate presence of extra virgin olive oil.
Here, ideas are first designed and later presented to a public that adores haute cuisine, in the shape of a menu, Once Upon a Time, that allows diners “to touch the world of fairytales with their fingertips, without neglecting their closest environment”; or as a menu without any rules, a la cárte and with hints of a classic and traditional cuisine.
Dani García Restaurante is the new challenge of a master chef, who resists monotony and applauds transgression, but above all aspires to ensure clients enjoy a succulent gastronomic experience in complete freedom.

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Oil Tasting

SOLEAE

Soleae Ocal

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Colour: Golden.
Nose: Medium-high fruit intensity with a presence of ripe, green notes. The ripe notes include fruit and vegetables, and tomato stands out. There are also undertones reminiscent of aromatic herbs.
Palate: The intensity of the bitterness is medium, while the spiciness intensity is medium-high. Mild green notes combine with ripe vegetal nuances, the latter very persistently.
Varietal: Ocal.
Origin: Herguijuela de la Sierra (Salamanca).

www.soleae.com

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The Event

SALÓN DE GOURMETS

An ode to the extra virgins

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Yet again this year, the Salón de Gourmets renewed its commitment to millennial culture by highlighting the extra virgin olive oil. It did so to offer those with a preference for the sublime a place to sample the best in Spain, discover the new, appreciate the nuances and to find out the multiple uses of this product in the kitchen.
Because at the XXVIII edition of this event, the protagonists were the new and classic agrifood products, the new gastronomic techniques or the culinary trends; and the guest country, Japan, which revealed the best kept secrets of its gastronomy, currently so “in”.
We also contributed “fragrance and flavour” to this great date, exhibiting the best Spanish juices in an impacting display, an obligatory stop for the most exquisite taste buds… Read more.

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Olivapedia

What is biodynamic olive growing?

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For a few years now, biodynamic olive growing has been carving out a niche for itself among the traditional, integrated and organic farming systems. This technique began to take shape in 1924 based on the theories of Rudolf Steiner, an Austrian known, among other things, for being the father of anthroposophy and for his contributions to literature, education, art and theatre.
Of the various growing systems mentioned, the biodynamic is the most demanding and restrictive of all when it comes to how the land is ordered, the farming calendar, the use of products for fertilisation and pests, and how the soil is managed.
In this sense, the estates used for biodynamic olive groves are conceived as independent ecosystems. This means that external support is minimized and that impermeability must be guaranteed against possible cross contaminations from adjoining pastures.
Likewise, the biodynamic preparations and fertilisers used must be organic, which is why in the case of the olive grove, livestock tends to be let in so that, apart from contributing manure, the growth of undesired plants is also minimised.
It is also normal to produce compost from the livestock’s excrements together with the by-products obtained in the olive growing activity, such as the leftovers of pruning or the olive pomace oils. The aim of this is to revitalise the microbial activity of the soil and stimulate the tree’s life cycle.
This process, along with pruning, harvesting and other key moments, is determined by a very specific calendar which, taking into consideration the planetary alignment, establishes the specific dates on which each task must be carried out. In general, the objective of biodynamic agriculture is to cultivate an olive grove as live as possible, revitalise the soils where it is cultivated and improve the quality of the oils obtained thanks to the harmony in that agroecosystem.
Biodynamic olive framing is regulated by the private group Démeter, which is responsible for certifying compliance with all of its precepts.

Víctor Pérez, manager of Finca La Torre

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From the Tree to the Table

OLIVE VARIETALS

Carrasqueño de Alcaudete

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Always relegated to a secondary plane in an area in which the Picual olive has been prevailing for centuries, the Carrasqueño de Alcaudete is just beginning to be re-discovered by olive growers. Its excellent organoleptic profile makes it a variety that is highly in demand, with a very promising future ahead of it… Read more.

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OK&KO

Submergible garlics

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No, what appears at the bottom of the oil cruet is not just a reflection, If it were, the owners of this popular campsite in Madrid would be blatantly breaking the law. However, what the image really shows is a garlic submerged in oil (we don’t know whether that oil is of the olive variety). By putting it there, they are exempt from the new law. An overly easy way to get around the law, which means that the consumer still doesn’t know what to dress their salad with… See picture.

Place: Camping Arco Iris, Villaviciosa de Odón (Madrid)
Date: May 9, 2014
Picture: OLIVARAMA

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Organic

ESTUCHERÍA VARGAS

Unique ecological designs

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The excellent qualities inherent to organic wood have heightened its seductive effect on Vargas to the point of rendering it an emblematic material. The company uses it to manufacture unique and attractive tailor-made packagings, in myriad styles and, even better, of enormous durability and reliability… Read more.

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Olive Oil Tourism

III FIESTA DEL ACEITE DE OLIVA DE RIOJA ALAVESA

Arróniz dons its full regalia once again

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The third edition kicked off at the end of March although, perhaps because we haven’t missed any of them, it feels like a celebration that has been going on forever. This strange sensation is also closely related to the way in which we have always been welcomed. The Fiesta del Aceite de Oliva de Rioja Alavesa (Olive Oil Festival of Rioja Alavesa) is far more than a mere work commitment for us. It is a unique opportunity to get away from our everyday routine and enter a bubble in which to strengthen our bonds of friendship, enjoy the area’s tasty gastronomy, appreciate its sophisticated wines and, of course, allow ourselves to be seduced by the incredible Arróniz single varietals produced here. This is an autochthonous varietal which this year has taken on a mild and unctuous profile as a result of the copious rainfall at the key moments of the season… Read more.

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A World of Surprises

The olive grove with a voice of its own

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To communicate in real time with an olive grove plantation would have seemed an impossible concept before now. Yet, the experience of the members of Agroconsulting has led them to develop a novel monitoring system with direct supervision that provides the farmer with very useful information such as the soil moisture levels, the evolution of diseases or the climatic conditions of the grove, among others.
Through an easy-to-use technological platform, based on nanotechnology (sensors in the olive tree) and the use of ICTs (Big Data and Cloud Computing), the main parameters of the olive grove –soil, climate and plant- are connected with the producer via any device -PC, tablet or mobile-, allowing him to optimise management, save costs, obtain a better yield and improve the profitability of his olive grove.
Olive growers and oil producers of the world, you can now speak freely with your “babies”!

www.oliviculturadeprecision.com

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