Paella is all about community: making it and eating it is more fun with a crowd. Join Ed Owen - veteran writer on Spanish gastronomy with 30 years as a Foreign Correspondent in Spain - for a cooking demonstration and master class the finer points of paella making! Ed has traveled extensively and written several guide books to Spain and Madrid so he knows his way around a paella pan! He'll tell us where to source the perfect ingredients, when to add the stock and reveals he secret to a yummy crunchy crust - and what's up with needing a copy of The New York Times for great paella?? Add in tasty homemade Sangria & authentic Spanish tomato bread and you've got the makings of a great meal.
What we'll have:
- Tomato Bread
- Valencian Mixed Paella with Saffron, Herbed Rice, Chicken and Shellfish
- Spanish red and white wines
Come ready to make friends and have some great food and wines.
$65 per person includes food, sangria and 1 glass of wine.
Due to expected attendance, this will lean more towards a demonstration-type class and not so much hands on. But don't worry - we will require full participation in the eating and drinking portion.