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Seafood Paella

Paella is probably one of the most popular Spanish dishes, known and loved all over the world. There are so many variations of the dish. It seems everyone prepares paella their way, adding different ingredients to rice… And as a result, it’s hard to tell what is actually the original, authentic paella like… 419 more words


Spanish Cuisine : Catalunya

We order two tapas at start since we had pre-order the FIDEUÀ (A Catalan classic paella, when thin noodles are used instead of rice ) 2 days before and the food are amazing. 160 more words


Recipe for Gazpacho, a glorious summer soup from Spain

Yield: 2 luncheon portions

Gazpacho ~ a favorite light summer soup, reminiscent of wandering the back alleys in Seville, Spain, and discovering places unknown to the typical tourists. 283 more words


Review: Toro.

The third night in Boston we also dined with my aunt and uncle where we tried Toro, a hip restaurant serving Spanish tapas from chefs and co-owners… 415 more words


Living in Salamanca, Spain

Our favorite things in Salamanca are the different types of food and tastes that are not in America. We enjoy how everything is close together and we can walk to different places very easily. 259 more words

High School Study Abroad

Tapas in Granada, Spain: The Million Dollar Idea

Here in Granada, Spain, tapas are a popular, key aspect of everyday life. Tapas are like mini appetizers of any sort. The thing that makes tapas so great here in Granada is that they are free with any drink, even if you just get a water! 465 more words


“Fideuà” my way

This is insane! I’ve wanted to make this dish since I first saw a picture of it on Facebook. A massive paella pan filled with seafood and thin pasta noodles (“fides” for Cypriots). 733 more words