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Travel writer Fiona Dunlop has explored Spain extensively for 30 years, writing numerous articles about its culture and gastronomy. She is the author of the National Geographic Traveler guidebooks for Spain and Portugal as well as the critically acclaimed book New Tapas (recently republished as Real Tapas), which explores Spain’s evolving food culture. Fiona contributes to numerous national newspapers and international magazines, and she has written more than a dozen guidebooks and food culture books, including The North African Kitchen and Mexican Modern. Her world travels have taken her from Burma to Syria, Cuba to Libya, always with a keen eye for local culture and cuisine. In addition to living for long periods in France, Italy, and London—her hometown—she has long favored Andalusia in southern Spain, where she frequently retreats to her house in the olive groves.