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“Portugal stole SF and put a castle on top” Tommcatt’s photos around Lisbon, Portugal

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“Portugal stole SF and put a castle on top” Tommcatt’s photos around Lisbon, Portugal

A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Lisbon, Portugal by TravelPod blogger Tommcatt titled “Portugal stole SF and put a castle on top!” Tommcatt’s travel blog entry: “Ok, so we are very behind on the blog, considering we just arrived in France (where halloween does not exist) but we simply could not let Portugal be left out. It is amazing, probably our favorite country so far (running next to Italy) and definitely a place we could live. Why? Lisbon is exactly like San Francisco, really! Same hills (only they provide elevators and funiculars), same rickety F-line trams running down the waterfront, same destruction by earthquake (although theirs was a century earlier) and yes, the same frikin bridge! Its a shame we only had 2 days to spend in Lisbon. We got to explore the outskit neighborhood of Belem and try the best “pastil de nata” (cream filled tart) in Portugal. We tried Bachalao, the famous Salted Cod of Lisbon, for dinner. Even though the restaurant came highly recommended and is supposedly some of the best fish in Lisbon, I dont think we’ll be ordering it again any time soon. Stick with the meat if you’re in Portugal. Speaking of, we finally got to try Linguica, the only remaining part of Caity’s portugese heritage that got passed down. And linguica is totally different in portugal than it is in California! Instead of big chorizo-like sausage, theirs are these little skinny sticks of meat that are already cooked! But we cooked them how Caity used to

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IB Spanish Tapas Project

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Tasting Room

Authentic Spanish Tapas Restaurant in St Augustine, FL. A perfect illustration on how graphic effects and a good voiceover can set the mood of a commercial.

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Finalist Susan Ten Pas creates Roast Squash w/ Pear Soup & Chorizo Meatballs

The title of this recipe alone intrigued us and testing it proved that risky ingredients and creativity can be very rewarding. Susan used Crema Mexicana and Crema Mexicana Agria to thicken and enrich her soup, while her use of zesty Chorizo brought to life the subtle flavors of the squash and pears.

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Delicious Fat Free Paella Recipe

This amazing paella with a middle east spices that i used and also all other ingredients are healthy spices: tumeric, black pepper, english pepper, hot paprika, saffron, salt, bharat(arabic mix spices). For further recipes visit our website at: lordmovie.com God bless Nicola

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Valencian paella recipe

Hop over to Spain with Sonia to taste one of the most famous and appreciated rice dishes in the world: the Valencian paella! The first, true paella was born in Valencia and, as most of the traditional dishes, it’s the result of peasants’ creativity. The poor and humble people worked in the country and in the rice fields and at lunchtime they gathered and prepared this dish with anything available: rice, duck, rabbit, French beans, tomatoes, saffron and, if there were any around, slugs. At the end of the 19th century, the paella began to be offered on the tavern menus and in the kiosks along the beaches of Valencia and Alicante, from whence it spread to the rest of Spain and then all over the world thanks to tourists. Nowadays the paella is one of the most common and appreciated dishes in the world. Etymologically the word “paella” derives from the Latin “patella”, from whence derives also the Italian “padella”, which means a very large and shallow iron saucepan with 2 side handles, which was used above all by Valencian people to cook rice-based dishes or fideos (the Spanish spaghetti). Initially the paella was called “arròs a la paella”, that is “sautéed rice”, but with the passing of time the recipe got the name of paella, while the saucepan itself is called “paellera”. First of all gut and cut into small pieces the chicken and the rabbit (1), then put the oil in the typical frying pan (paella) and heat it (2); add some salt (3) and add the pieces of chicken and rabbit

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Secret Recipes How to Make Original TGI Fridays Gazpacho Recipe

www.SecretRecipe.us America’s Secret Recipes is your key to great restaurant food in your own kitchen. This book is filled with hundreds of recipes that you would immediately recognize from several of the top restaurants around the United States. You could create a meal from a different restauran…

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pacos paella recipe

Paco demonstrates making a paella.

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Seafood Paella Recipe – Professional Results made Easy

Since tasting his first Seafood Paella in 1965 as a schoolboy, David has had a lifelong love affair with Spain’s National Dish. Now you can produce professional standard cooking by following his step-by-step instructions.

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