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    If you love calamari, you'll love this delicious, refreshing salad. If you've never tried calamari, this is the recipe for you!

    Recipe #96897

    This is an utterly refreshing take on the traditional gazpacho. Try to make the size of the diced veggies uniform. You need to refrigerate this overnight, so plan ahead.

    Recipe #170475

    From the foodie/travel show Spain - On the Road Again. For easy prep, you can purchase the cooked beets sealed in a vacuum-packed bag, but roasting gives them better flavour (and a drier texture). Great with pita chips.

    Recipe #369618

    I faithfully watched the foodie/travel show, Spain - On the Road Again, all winter. I made this recipe and it was delicious. As we don't have blood sausage in Greece, I subbed a pound of a local, dry sausage.

    Recipe #369675

    Adapted from "Sunday Suppers at Lucques".

    Recipe #326675

    Jazz up your next party with this yummy, easy-to-prepare-and-even-easier-to-eat paella. Found in the NYT, originally published with FOOD; Paella That's Easy to Prepare for a Party, by FLORENCE FABRICANT, December 27, 1992.

    Recipe #352859

    A Sarah Jay recipe, from Fine Cooking, issue #37.

    Recipe #187768

    A Sarah Jay recipe. This would be a great time to use a kitchen toy - the mandoline!

    Recipe #187525

    You can feel yourself getting stronger and healthier with each sip of this. Even though it is technically categorized as a 'soup', I drink it out of a big mug.

    Recipe #68199

    A delicious version of creme brulee. This is great for a dinner party.

    Recipe #63676

    I love frittatas cause they can be made several hours in advance and served later in the day, at room temperature - when I think they taste best.

    Recipe #62793

    An easy, tasty stew with Spanish flavours. Served on its own, it can be served as a tapas or as a main dish over buttered noodles.

    Recipe #61820

    Recipe #232633

    These are really good 'baked beans'. Especially for those who don't like their beans sweet.

    Recipe #71990

    The Winning Recipe for 1998 in the San Francisco Chronicle, from Loretta Keller. All you need is some crusty bread to make a meal of this.

    Recipe #189295


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