Lunch at the most visited restaurant in the village. Well-deserved popularity!
The 3 things I always try to eat more of in Spain are olives/oils, tomatoes and ham. There are more domestic tourists than foreign ones so if you run a good restaurant you'd better use the best (or at least very good) quality of those 3 ingredients as Spaniards are particular about them.
Another reason people come to Padrino for is his Jamón Ibérico. In this ham-producing area it's common some bars and restaurants have their own pigs.
Chard stuffed with Ibérico pork mince
There's a reason people from Sevilla and other parts of Spain come to Sierra de Aracena area especially for the hams and fresh Ibérico pork. How juicy and succulent it is.
Flan of pine nuts. One of the most common trees in the area.
They have fresh wild mushrooms now. I missed them on the way in.