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Lunch in Spain

lunch-spain-175.jpgIn Spain's struggling economy, fewer people are taking the traditional long Spanish lunch, and restaurants are changing accordingly. Restaurants are cutting three-course prix fixe lunches because, according to one chef, "People haven't had any choice but to get over the embarrassment of taking food to work and once someone has lost the shame factor, it makes it easy for everyone else." [Reuters]

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