spanish food

José Andrés' Rossejat With Shrimp Recipe

A Catalan staple with an Italian influence
Feb 26, 2014 4:00 pm
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It's Fantasy Travel Week on Food Republic, so we're running recipes from the restaurants at the world's most elite and elegant hotels. Up next, a Catalan shrimp dish influenced by Italian cuisine, by José Andrés served at the SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills and SLS Hotel South Beach.

Spanish-Style Roast Chicken Recipe

Topped with smoked paprika, black olives, peppers
Dec 3, 2013 3:00 pm

Hey, sometimes you don't have a ton of dough. It's close to rent day, you splurged on fancy winter camping equipment, it happens. Thankfully there's Cook On A Shoestring, from author Sophie Wright. Bet you never knew how to turn such a small amount of food into so, so very many meals. Take this spiced-up Spanish roast chicken, for instance.

10 Ideas For Dinner Tonight: Tapas

Make a whole meal out of great shared plates
Oct 24, 2013 1:00 pm

Instead of a whole composed meal tonight, let's all share small plates (only without the annoying birthday party that typically goes with it). We've selected 10 of our favorite tapas recipes, all you need to do is pick a few, provide copious amounts of wine and maybe play a little Django Reinhardt. Yeah, that sounds like a classy little tapas shindig to us.

 

      Gourmet Giftboxes For The Wannabe Jetsetter

      Spanish Suitcase delivers Iberian goods with style.
      Aug 29, 2013 2:00 pm

      When Tara and Paul DeGeorges visited Spain for their honeymoon in 2010, of course they expected to bring home some tasty souvenirs to supplement the memories of their travels. What they didn't anticipate: conceiving a plan for a fully-fledged business that would deliver some of those same delicious foodstuffs in the form of gourmet giftboxes. And so began Spanish Suitcase. 

      These Booze-Spiked Cheeses Are A Pairing In Themselves

      3 alcohol-infused cheeses for a logical bar snack
      Aug 28, 2013 1:00 pm

      Many cheese lovers are familiar with the washed rind variety, where the rind of the cheese is infused with alcohol, but I’m after flavors with a little more complexity than a mere beer-brushing. I want ripe French cheese oozing with brandy, cheddar dripping in Irish whiskey and goat cheese staggering around with a wine buzz. Here are three alcohol-infused cheeses that make for extra-efficient drinking snacks.

      Why Michael Chiarello Went Spanish In San Francisco

      The NoCal chef talks new SF restaurant and more
      Aug 15, 2013 10:00 am

      Michael Chiarello is a chef, cookbook author, TV personality, organic farmer and founder of several successful lifestyle brands. But restaurants are evidently one of his main passions. How else to explain why at 50, the well-known Italian-American chef would decide to open a Spanish restaurant — in San Francisco of all places. What was he thinking? Find out in the latest FR Interview.

      Bring Home The Ham: Cinco Jotas Ibérico de Bellota

      This jamón is quite literally the best in the world
      Jun 27, 2013 2:01 pm

      Once in a while, you eat something that reminds you, beyond a shadow of doubt, that the true best food in the world comes straight from nature. And that doesn't mean it has to be a vegetable. This example happens to come from a pig. It's the undisputed best Spanish jamòn in the world, and I checked it out at a private carving.

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