Latest Posts in Spanish

A PAELLA MAKING TUTORIAL

Hello there! Last week was my dear friend Dave’s birthday and it was also our turn to host our monthly Comfort Food Dinner. My Comfort Foodie Friends had asked me to prepare Spanish Comfort Food for them and what better Spanish Comfort Food is there than Paella? So, in honor of Dave’s birthday I am […]

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SPANISH STYLE KALE SOUP WITH CHORIZO

Dear friends, As much of the country is caught in the grip of winter cold I thought it was time I shared with you one of my favorite soup recipes; SPANISH STYLE KALE SOUP WITH CHORIZO. It is a delicious, hearty soup that makes a warm and comforting dinner, especially in winter. I served it to […]

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MY SPANISH STYLE BIRTHDAY PARTY

Hola! Last weekend I attended a wonderful housewarming party. My dear friend Maureen wanted to show her beautiful new Lake Arrowhead home to all her friends.  She hired my friend John Shrader to cater the party and it reminded me that I have yet to post about John, his wonderful business called The Cooking Block […]

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SPANISH ROMESCO SAUCE

Hola! Today I’m sharing another one of my traditional Spanish recipes.  This time we’ll be making Spanish Romesco Sauce.  Romesco Sauce is to Spain what Pesto is to Italy.  This rich, creamy, nutty sauce is super versatile, as it compliments grilled meat, fish and vegetables alike. I prepared my Spanish Romesco Sauce and served it […]

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SPANISH STYLE ROSEMARY GIN FIZZ

Cheers! In my last post I invited you to a birthday party I recently hosted.  You can read all about it here. I made lots of yummy food and drinks for the party and promised to share the recipes with you. So, this week I will do just that. Today lets get started with this […]

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THE SECRET TO MAKING THE BEST CREPES IN THE WORLD

Buenos Dias! Today I am going to tell you a secret: THE SECRET TO MAKING THE BEST CREPES IN THE WORLD!  The thing is they really aren’t called crepes at all.  They are actually called “Filloas”  and they are  Spanish Style Crepes.   And I bet you thought crepes were only for French folks. Nope.  In northwestern […]

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