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Spanish Delicacies

June 16, 2002

In 1959 my family visited Segovia, Spain, and had lunch in the building shown below the aqueduct in your photograph ("History Colors the Canvas of Segovia," June 2). On the bar counter were two heaping bowls of snacks: deep-fried sheep heads, split (lengthwise), and deep-fried sparrows--all shiny with olive oil (or grease). We didn't sample them.

DOUG MacDONALD

Indio

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