Rick Stein's Spain

August 2017
59:02

S1 Ep4 Part 2

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Rick heads for the little known region of Extramadura - it’s famous for pimenton and Spain’s most celebrated ham Iberico. In his old camper he drives south to Spain’s most romantic city - Seville the home of tapas and flamenco.
58:59

S1 Ep3 Part 2

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After so many mountain passes, dusty plains and rather shabby villages the blue sea of the Mediterranean beckons, in this two-part episode,Rick is invited to a beautiful beach party at La Pelosa, where everyone gets stuck into preparing lunch. Continuing his journey through the spectacular countryside, far removed from the high-rise holiday destinations of the Costa Brava, he seeks out an old mill, El Moli, a restaurant and a magical place his boyhood friend Mark told him about years ago. Rick ...
58:59

S1 Ep1 Part 1

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S1 Ep1 Part 1 of Rick Stein's Spain was broadcast by SBS ONE on Monday 7 August 2017 at 11:35.
November 2015
25:29

S1 Ep2 Part 2

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Part 2- One of the great delights of Basque food are 'pinxos'; huge tapas portions. In this two-part episode, Rick learns all about them in a crowded bar in San Sebastian. In Ordizia, he marvels at how the toddlers from local schools all come to the market to see the various wares on display, while the teacher explains what things are. Battling through the rain he arrives at La Rioja, one of the richest regions of the country, stuffed with fabulous vineyards. Then it's on to Navarra and its mos...
February 2015
25:27

S1 Ep4 Part 1

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Part 1- In this two-part episode, Rick heads for the little known region of Extramadura - it’s famous for pimenton and Spain’s most celebrated ham Iberico. In his old camper he drives south to Spain’s most romantic city - Seville the home of tapas and flamenco. (From the UK) (Food Series) G CC
25:21

S1 Ep3 Part 1

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Part 1- After so many mountain passes, dusty plains and rather shabby villages the blue sea of the Mediterranean beckons, in this two-part episode,Rick is invited to a beautiful beach party at La Pelosa, where everyone gets stuck into preparing lunch. Continuing his journey through the spectacular countryside, far removed from the high-rise holiday destinations of the Costa Brava, he seeks out an old mill, El Moli, a restaurant and a magical place his boyhood friend Mark told him about years ag...
25:29

S1 Ep2 Part 1

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Part 1 - One of the great delights of Basque food are 'pinxos'; huge tapas portions. In this two-part episode, Rick learns all about them in a crowded bar in San Sebastian. In Ordizia, he marvels at how the toddlers from local schools all come to the market to see the various wares on display, while the teacher explains what things are. Battling through the rain he arrives at La Rioja, one of the richest regions of the country, stuffed with fabulous vineyards. Then it's on to Navarra and its mo...
25:28

S1 Ep1 Part2

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Part 2 - In this two-part episode, Rick’s journey begins in Galicia - famous for pilgrims, rain, fog, fresh seafood, empanadas and more rain. He eats ‘tortillas de patata’ in the King of Spain’s favourite restaurant and meets up with a couple of cool dudes who run a little restaurant in the old market of Santiago de Compostela. In neighbouring Asturias, he enjoys a cider festival at Gijon; samples the famous fabada - a hearty bean stew with sausage, belly pork and black pudding; and explores th...
25:26

S1 Ep1 Part 1

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Part 1- In this two-part episode, Rick’s journey begins in Galicia - famous for pilgrims, rain, fog, fresh seafood, empanadas and more rain. He eats ‘tortillas de patata’ in the King of Spain’s favourite restaurant and meets up with a couple of cool dudes who run a little restaurant in the old market of Santiago de Compostela. In neighbouring Asturias, he enjoys a cider festival at Gijon; samples the famous fabada - a hearty bean stew with sausage, belly pork and black pudding; and explores the...
September 2014
59:04

Series 1 Episode 4

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Rick attends a spectacular paella festival in Valencia, where the iconic dish was first created; in La Mancha he enjoys the best garlic soup in the world and finishes the series at the mouth of the Guadalquivir River.
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