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Wednesday, January 21, 2009

A Taste of Spain

"A Taste of Spain"

Spanish cooking has popular roots. It is the people's cuisine. Most of it is down-to-earth, uncomplicated food, based on the ingredients available locally or the crops grown regionally. Mountains run through Spain in several directions, acting as natural barriers to communication and making transportation difficult until the last half of the 20th century. This is one of the reasons why cooking differs so much from region to region.

Many dishes are prepared today using the same cooking methods and ingredients as they were two or three hundred years ago. Other dishes sprung up from European and American influences and were adapted to the Spanish taste. One thing is for sure, food in Spain is fresh, abundant and full of taste and the Spanish love their food dearly.

This class will alternate on Wednesday's with other cuisines at 11am and 6pm
Menu will be posted every Tuesday

Dishes to include such things as:
Chicken, Seafood, Chorizo Ham Hock Stock Paella
Butter Beans and Chorizo
Stewed Mussels with Feta and Parsley
Stuffed Piquillo Peppers

Please register for classes via my online calendar if you have a pre-paid voucher:
Schedule online now

Take a look at a previous "Taste of Spain" cooking experience

Wow! What a fun night we had at "A Taste of Spain" last week. Everyone did such an excellent job preparing the 6 amazing tapas we created. I just want to thank the class for all your hard work and it was great meeting each and everyone of you! Hope to see you in a future class. Check out all the beautiful and yummy creations below!

Thanks everyone!

Chef Anna

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