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Made in Spain 1 Season

Season 1
4.5 out of 5 stars (25) IMDb 7.8/10

Made in Spain, hosted by chef Jose Andres, one of the most exciting and cutting-edge chefs in America today, highlights the extraordinary cooking traditions of a country whose food and wine is capturing the world's imagination.

Starring:
José Andrés

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Season 1

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1. Asturias: How They Cook Back Home

From his home region of Asturias in northern Spain, Andrés showcases its great cheeses, making a sweet and sour salad of cheese and tomatoes with a honey and vinegar dressing.

TV-G Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: May 1, 2008

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2. Galacia: A Pilgrim's Progress in Food

Andrés explores the food of the magical, mystical region of Galicia where pilgrims have traveled for centuries.

TV-G Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: May 8, 2008

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3. Madrid: The Sweet Spanish Center

Andrés explains the Spanish sweet tooth, cooking pancakes with chocolate before showing viewers the wonderfully thick hot chocolate of Spain.

TV-G Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: May 15, 2008

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4. Navarra: Spain's Vegetable Garden

Andrés stuffs some piquillos with cheese, then takes viewers to Navarra to show them how to roast and peel the peppers.

TV-G Runtime: 13 minutes Release date: May 22, 2008

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5. Andalucia: Tuna and Tapas

There's tuna and there's Spanish tuna.

TV-G Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: May 29, 2008

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6. Catalunya: Surf and Turf

Spain's sparkling wine, cava, as a light dressing for oysters and a refreshing mimosa cocktail; mushroom hunting in the Catalan mountains; and fishing for shrimp.

TV-G Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: March 6, 2008

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7. Basque Country: Earth, Wine, and Fire

Cold soup of Basque cheese; an introduction to the great red and white wines of the Basque country; and a traditional dish of baby squid with caramelized onions.

TV-G Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: March 13, 2008

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8. Castilla la Mancha: The Magic of Saffron and Cervantes

A salad of manchego cheese, tomato, thyme and walnuts; food eaten by the Man of La Mancha - Cervantes' Don Quixote; the wonder of saffron.

TV-G Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: March 20, 2008

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9. Galacia: A Taste of the Sea

Scallops in their shells with Albarino white wine; the dramatic seafood farms of Galicia; steamed mussels with bay leaf; and Spanish potato tortilla.

TV-G Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: March 27, 2008

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10. Asturias: Food for the Family

From Asturias, a simple apple and cheese salad; cider vinegar with caramelized onions and fluffy corn flakes; and a hearty bean stew with sausages.

TV-G Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: April 3, 2008

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11. Madrid: A Cultural and Culinary Capital

From Madrid, a tapa of fried eggs and chorizo; a fried squid sandwich; a salad of clementines, anchovy and olives; and a huge meal of Madrid stew.

TV-G Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: April 10, 2008

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12. Catalunya: Food Arts

From Barcelona, marinated olives; toast with cheese and anchovy; and a creamy rice dish of mushrooms, artichokes and cuttlefish.

TV-G Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: April 17, 2008

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13. La Rioja: Red Wine

From Rioja, a tapa of apples in red wine syrup; a classic dish of potato and chorizo; and a restaurant run by a mother and son who create their own recipes.

TV-G Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: April 24, 2008

Product Details

Genres Documentary
Starring José Andrés
Network PBS
Producers Diana Fayos Llorens
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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I really enjoyed watching Jose Andres fill the screen with his love and passion for his native country and it's food. The cooking parts of the show in his Washington D.C. home were exciting and easy to replicate. I enjoyed his down to earth style of teaching. The travelogue portion of the show was similarly fascinating. He chose good spots to explore, and I appreciated being shown where some of these cheeses, wines, and other delicacies originated from. His excitement was palpable whenever he was cooking or trying some cuisine, and it gave me, the viewer, no doubts that he was fully enjoying life while doing it.
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I gave this series as a Christmas present. I wantched it all on Hulu and it's amazing. He cooks the most amazing dishes that are easy to copy at home. I've made several dishes from his show. I'm obsessed with cooking and food shows and this is most certainly at the top of my list. Jose is a major babe, too. He could surely sizzle up any kitchen. Uh it's getting hot in her.
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Jośe brings the joys of cooking his home food to your house with such passion and joy that you can't help but smile and yearn to try the foods and go to Spain!

Only negative is there aren't enough episodes.
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Original and enthusiastic show. Jose really likes to share tips and his country's kitchen secrets. Natural ingredients and culture come together to really appreciate and enjoy what we put on the table everyday knowing where they come from, the effort and the people working for us to have it available.
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I love Spanish food, so I would always refer to any one of the videos in this series to freshen my memory.

The "tapas" and "pinchos" Jose cooked up in this series are some of the best I've made at home.

And what's really good and educational was that, most of the ingredients used, Jose took pains to show where and how they were actually made in that part of Spain.

Too bad that this TV series was created for only one season.
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This was as enjoyable to watch as my favorite show Two Fat Ladies!! I loved his travels. I loved the cinema photography in this show, very rich and vibrant. I loved how he'd explain his techniques and his stories while he'd cook. I LOVED this show. I will watch this over and over again.

Sincerely,
Brett
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Enjoyed this program. It struck a perfect balance with scenes from the area, such as fisherman catching octopus and a city known for its peppers, and his preparation of dishes in the kitchen. He also visited local restaurants. Tried the octopus dish myself (yummy) while listening to celtic music, which is reminiscent of the Galician gaita/bagpipes I saw in this program. Can't wait to try to make a Galician empanada. Chef made it look easy.
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Jose is so energetic and entertaining. We live in Washington DC and frequent his restaurants often. Watching him cook in his kitchen is like cooking with a friend - have a glass of wine as you watch and you're there! Highly recommended if you are planning a trip to Spain or have been there. Part travelog, part cooking show...highly addictive!
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