Osuna's monumental, whitewashed streets and its temperate climate are the ideal place for enjoying its traditional cuisine at tables set in the open air. The town 's rich and varied gastronomy's star dish is ardoria, a thick cold tomato and garlic soup typical to the area. We can also enjoy cocido ursaonés, repapillas de bacalao and guiso de tagarninas, all created using Osuna's own olive oil produced at mills such as the S.A.T. Sta. Teresa company. Deserts worthy of mention are gachas de San Arcadio, aldeanas and the sweetmeats lovingly made in the Convento de la Encarnación convent.