Miguel Angel Martinez Cerrada watches as his brother Paco quenches his thirst with a long pour of red wine from a porron, a traditional glass container designed to eliminate the need for individual glassware at their house in the tiny village of Zarzuela de Jadraque, Spain. (From the book What I Eat: Around the World in 80 Diets.) Because the brothers eat mainly meat, they're largely self-sufficient when it comes to food. Because there isn't a bakery or market in their small village, they shop once a week in Guadalajara or another larger town about a half-hour drive away. MODEL RELEASED.