Say hola to your next dinner: Find the best Spanish cuisine in your area, plus discuss recipes and cooking tips for replicating paella, tapas, and more at home.

Paella Is So Much More Than a Delicious Dish—It's a Community Builder

There is a stigma to one-pot meals—an illusion of simplicity—and although paella does eventually reside in a single pot (or pan), this is a dish that requires, technique, patience ,and a bit of feel...

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True Spanish Potato Omelet Recipe

by Marie 22 years ago

I printed and tried this recipe from the home page you posted, I made it exactly as written. It was delicious! The onions are NOT optional, they needed to be there. It is not oniony at all because ...

Latin Cuisine in Lower Spanish Harlem

by James Prince 22 years ago

Any recommendations for good Latin American spots north of Carnegie Hill (5th-Lexington Aves. above 96th St.)? It's the southern part of Spanish Harlem, so they must be out there, but my wanderi...

Portuguese or Spanish Restaurants

by Harold 24 years ago

I haven't eaten in Newark for several years. Are there any new good additions for lunch or dinner? Please don't use the Spanish Tavern as a standard.

Any Spanish Cookbooks like "El Faro's Restaurant?

by ChowFun (derek) 18 years ago

El Faro (in the Village) was my first Spanish Restaurant ..when I lived in NY. Here in SF we have a lot of Tapas places, but I find myself wishing for Pork in Almond sauce etc from El Faros....does...

El Cheapo Spanish Breakfast On Border of Soho/Tribeca

by amy tarshis 23 years ago

I found a really funky old greasy spoon-esque Spanish coffee shop that I must've walked by a millions times 'til I gave it a shot. It's called the Westside Coffee Shop and it's on Church Street bet...

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