- Camino(s) past & future
- Eleven different ones in Poland, Finland, Portugal and Spain
Somewhere (Brierley maybe) I read that every fifth Pimiento de Padron is supposed to be very hot, turning the meal into a kind of Galitian culinary roulette. I have eaten at least 10 meals of pimientos de Padron and I love it. However, have I been unlucky (lucky?), because all pimientos have been anything but hot. Who has had a different experience, or shall we call the myth busted?