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Category: Spanish Food

Where to Eat in Barcelona on a Sunday Night.

Find yourself in Barcelona on Sunday and everything’s closed? Here’s an insider tip Mar 22, 2016 | 5:32 pm By Monte Mathews Staff Writer Monte Mathews Just a sample of the cuisine Etapes has to offer….Lamb Parmentiere on a bed of Pommes de Terres Puree […]

Pappardelle with Braised Chicken and Figs Adapted from Chef Kyle Bailey in Food and Wine Magazine

             Who isn’t always looking for fresh, new ways to cook that workhorse of the kitchen, the skinless chicken thigh?  That’s why I was intrigued by a recipe in October’s Food and Wine Magazine that was said to be “Spanish-inspired pasta”.  First of […]

Cazuelas de Atun y Farfalle from Grace Parisi in Food and Wine Magazine

         What’s in a name?  Plenty.  Today’s dish is an homage to Spain which may not need much homage as it has firmly planted itself on the New York restaurant scene.  I count no fewer than 42 tapas restaurants in Manhattan alone on http://spanishtapasnyc.com/. But […]

An authenthic Gazpacho recipe from David Rosengarten

         Whatever happened to David Rosengarten?  You may remember the marvelously low-key television chef who preceded the food network rampage that made stars out of everyone from Bobby Flay to Giada di Laurentis.  David’s show “Taste” was a wonderful learning experience as David deep-dived into […]

Chicken Paella with Sugar Snap Peas in about an hour!

        There’s no one dish supper quite on the level of a great paella.  It combines protein–sometimes several of them–with carbohydrates and then, for good measure, adds some vegetables. The one big drawback to paella is the interminable time a good one takes to make. […]