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Spanish Paella Is All About Friendships

Spanish Paella Is All About Friendships

Paella is Spanish for friendship, right? Well, it should be.  Friendships seem to surround Spanish paella, both making it and eating it.  Although it’s famous all over Texas and Mexico, it’s still a Spanish paella, not Mexican. In the late 1800s and through the 1900s, […]

Vegetarian Paella – A Spanish Tradition Turned Vegan

Vegetarian Paella – A Spanish Tradition Turned Vegan

Vegetarian Paella is not just a substitute for paella made with seafood and chicken or rabbit.  It’s a dish all its own. I love the Paella Valenciana, of course, and for big parties, it’s perfect.  If you have to make big amounts, you can put […]

Paella for Amigas y Amigos

Paella for Amigas y Amigos

Paella is Spanish for friendship?  I think so. Well, it should be. In Texas, the  term “Spanish” was sometimes used (euphemistically) to mean Mexican, or Mexican American.  Restaurants serving Mexican food sometimes called themselves “Spanish” as in Spanish Village or Spanish flowers. Not so much […]