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Chili Verde

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Chili Verde

With so many of us spending more time at home these days, comfort foods go a long way. As much as we love traditional chili, we also adore this Chili Verde. There's so many great ways to serve this zesty slow cooked dish that it is easy to serve a family or reserve as leftovers. This recipe has plenty of delicious chiles for flavor while making it simple to adjust the level of spicy hot or mild that you desire. We're lucky to live in a place where tomatillos are not hard to come by at most markets. They have...

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Spanish Meat and Seafood Paellas

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Spanish Meat and Seafood Paellas

Since we have been missing our old friends from Rio de Ojas Gift Shop in Claremont , we decided to revisit this classic recipe. Historically, Paella has Spanish origins and was created out of a need to use miscellaneous leftovers. These recipes include many meats and other ingredients which can be swapped or modified as desired. Ray Riojas created two paella dishes, meat and seafood, to share with us and now we share these recipes with you. Pair these either of these dishes with a platter of tapas, a great bottle of Spanish wine and friendly faces. You can purchase a Paella...

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Spanish Tales: Madrid The Center of Spain

Posted by Monica Yu on

Spanish Tales: Madrid The Center of Spain

Plaza Mayor, Madrid When you come to Madrid you will finally understand why Madrid is the center of Spain. The Puerta del Sol Gate of the Sun is a busy square located in the middle of the city. This is exactly 0 kilometers of the network of Spanish roads. In fact, there is actually a plaque on the square that symbolizes the 0 starting point. It is in Madrid where we start our journey of discovering Spanish food and wine. Just a few minutes walking distance southwest of the square is another famous structure called Plaza Mayor. Finished in 1619,...

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Hearty & Meaty Cassoulet

Posted by Monica Yu on

Hearty & Meaty Cassoulet

Have any extra ingredients from your New Year Party? Don't let it go to waste, start off the 2019 new year with this slow cooking, aromatic and savory Cassoulet. Cassoulet originated from South of France, so we suggest you pair this with a Cabernet/Syrah blend such as Chateau La Tour de l'Eveque Noir et Or  . It has a Syrah base, making them natural partners for thick stews. The pungent, wild flavors of pork and lamb will be tamed when served with Syrah. Serves 6–-8 people, Cook Time 2–-2 ½ hours Ingredients: 1 lb of Pork Butt, cut into 1” cubes 1 lb of Leg of...

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Choucroute Garnie

Posted by Monica Yu on

Choucroute Garnie

  We continue the inspiration of Anthony Bourdain on a second recipe which is linked to the region where he was last found. (View previous recipe here). Bourdain died in Kaysersberg, France which is a small village in the Alsace region of France. It shares a border with Germany and has a thriving wine and food culture. Although he has been known to dine in the fanciest restaurants in the world, Bourdain's roots are traced to street food and simple dishes that represents the terrior and tell stories. Choucroute Garnie is a classic Alsatian recipe for preparing sauerkraut and sausages....

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