📍el Palo

📍el Palo, Malaga, Spain
In Malaga, an espeto (the verb espetar means “to skewer”) refers to six fresh sardines skewered and cooked over a pit of coals. The only seasoning is a bit of olive oil and sea salt. The result? Delicious! They meant to be eaten with your fingers, preferably as close to the beach as possible
It was common for fishermen to grill themselves a quick meal just after returning from the sea. They would build a small fire in their boats and carefully grill the fish over the hot embers
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