In the Spanish Civil War prisoners were thrown alive from it. But if a clutch of leading French chefs have their way, the dish will soon be back on the menu, allowing gluttons to indulge in a meal that ranks as one of the most controversial of all time. S o in September last year, as soon as my daughter started school and my son started mornings at his nursery, I dug my heels in and cut out every extraneous foodstuff. Durrell Wildlife Camp telegraph. Travelling to Cuenca from Madrid today, you soon enter a landscape that is still surprisingly wild. According to the Met Office, autumn appears to be getting off to an excellent start, with high pressure dominating. During that time I drank black tea, black coffee and lots of water but consumed no food. I have kept this up for two months and, after a settling-in period, it has become quite easy.
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I don’t know by which criteria the waiters at the restaurant Don Miguel in Ronda are selected, but the main one must surely be an impeccable head for heights. The restaurant is tucked into the rock a few yards from the rim of El Tajo, the foot gorge that carves through Ronda. Above the restaurant terrace loom the arches of the 18th-century Puente Nuevo which spans the gorge. Terrible things have happened on that bridge. In the Spanish Civil War prisoners were thrown alive from it. Legend also suggests that its architect, Martin de Aldehuela, fell to his death as he grasped for his hat in a high wind. The view down into the depths, where kestrels nest and a tiny river runs far below, makes the head spin. Yet the waiters at the Don Miguel calmly ferry plates of chorizo in wine sauce and fresh local trout to the tables, leaning against the low metal railings at the edge, polite and unperturbed. We left an appropriately generous tip.