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Author of "Tapas & Tinto". Pete Wolstencroft is in his early 50s and currently lives just outside Blackpool. He has lived in La Linea de La Concepcion, Sevilla, Merida, Aljucen and La Granja. He has a degree in Spanish studies and has taught English and Spanish for many years. He first went to Spain in 1966 and fell in love with the country straight away. You can read our review of Pete's book HERE Buy Tapas & Tinto To buy for your Kindle from Amazon.co.uk click HERE | To buy for your Kindle from Amazon.com click HERE

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  1. Sue Sharpe
    June 19, 2013 @ 3:25 pm

    I’ll definitely be using fresh peas – well – that’s if I can get them from the huerta to the kitchen without eating them all! :-)

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    • Elle Draper
      June 19, 2013 @ 5:59 pm

      Yup… fresh for me!
      Do you grow your own Sue? Are they fairly easy?
      Elle x

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      • Sue Sharpe
        June 19, 2013 @ 6:10 pm

        We do grow our own, Elle. They are quite easy – a bit like beans – not easy to grow in the summer – it gets too hot for the poor little things – but in autumn, winter & spring we have them on the go constantly.
        x

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        • Elle Draper
          June 19, 2013 @ 6:59 pm

          Great! I shall be grabbing you for some advice in the autumn then. Thanks Sue xx

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          • Sue Sharpe
            June 19, 2013 @ 7:01 pm

            A pleasure, Elle – just shout when you need to know anything! xx

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