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Lolla

Posted on: June 3, 2015

Lolla is a place that’s been very popular with the food cognoscenti and I’ve read so many rave reviews about it.

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Esquina

Posted on: May 10, 2015

Esquina was one of the “new wave” tapas bars that suddenly hit Singapore about 2 years back.

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This recipe was taken from Family Meals: Home Cooking with Ferran Adria, a pretty interesting cookbook with great photo by photo steps for each recipe.

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Paella is a rice-based dish that originated in the mid-19th century in Valencia, Spain. Ironically although most of us associate the paella with Spain, the Spaniards themselves associate the paella with Valenica instead of  Spain.

Well no matter if it’s Valencia or Spain, a paella is still a delicious and hearty meal – great for families to share! There are 3 main types of paella: the paella valenciana (Valencian), paella de marisco (seafood) and paella mixta (mixed).

As the paella valenciana was originally peasant food, the meat in it tended to be either chicken or rabbit and sometimes snails were added as well. The paella de marisco swaps out those meats for seafood and the paella mixta is basically a freestyle paella, although the most common is to use seafood with chicken and that is what I went for.


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This recipe is called Carlos’s Stuffed Squid, given to the authors of the Moro cookbook by their chef friend Carlos. Squid is commonly stuffed with other ingredients because of their closed tube body which makes it very convenient for stuffing and cooking.

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Gambas al ajillo is a popular Spanish dish, typically served as tapas. It is extremely simple, the base ingredients being just shrimp, garlic and olive oil.

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This is a Spanish fish recipe that I happened to copy off a book called Seasonal Spanish Food by Jose Pizzaro.

It starts with a tuna steak, which you don’t touch again until the end.

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