Paella has always grabbed me. Living in Miami in the 1970s, I ate a lot of it in Cuban restaurants, where it may not have been traditional Spanish paella but it was still a great dinner out to share. We don’t have many Spanish restaurants in San Francisco, but every Latin-American culture seems to make some version of the dish. Alas, I have never been to Spain, although I have tried my hand at recipes from Spanish cookbooks. And earlier this year I got a taste of chef Julian Serrano’s version of paella at his tapas restaurant at the Aria Resort in Las Vegas.
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