TIP OF THE DAY: Paella On The Grill

We love paella and don’t make it often enough. So when Fagor wrote to us about their paella pan and included a recipe to make it on the grill, our ears perked up. PAELLA HISTORY Paella (pronounced pie-AY-ya) originated in Valencia, a region on the Mediterranean (east) coast of Spain. It was originally a peasant…
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FOOD HOLIDAY: National Paella Day

Paella mixta, one of the three most popular types of paella. Photo by Monkey Business | Dreamstime..   Paella is one of the world’s great rice dishes. It was first created in Valencia, a region on the East coast of Spain, and was originally cooked over a fire in the fields as a communal lunch…
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SUPER BOWL PARTY: Jambalaya Recipe

Jambalaya, a Creole and Cajun dish adapted from Spanish paella. Photo courtesy National Pork Board.   Planning a Super Bowl Party? Or have you volunteered to bring a dish to someone else’s? Jambalaya is fun, filling and easy to make for a crowd. Jambalaya was created when Spaniards living in the Latin Quarter of New…
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