You're right, Dale, the reference in the title is to a town in Andalusia but Silver Palate invented the dish, presumably with ingredients in the marinade that are supposed to suggest Spain. Olives, capers, etc. I was reminded slightly of Snapper Veracruz (I know Veracruz is in Mexico but I don't know who invented THAT dish) when we were putting it together but of course that has a red sauce. The most inauthentic touch was the generous sprinkling of brown sugar on the chicken pieces before putting the whole thing in the oven. I kind of winced but went with it, and of course it tasted quite good. When I was thinking of something to go with it I thought of "what is a Spanish side dish" and came up with the saffron rice with pretty red pepper bits in it. If they name it after Marbella, then I suppose that's how the logic goes.