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Unread 01-12-2013, 03:57 AM   #1
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First time doing this. Got the pan for Christmas.



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Unread 01-12-2013, 06:41 AM   #2
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Nice work!
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looks like you nailed it!
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looks great can you post the recipe?

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looks great can you post the recipe?

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http://www.marthastewart.com/354823/...chorizo-paella
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Nice, it's a good meat combo. I do chorizo with my chicken nachos.
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Nice work. This is one I did as an arroz con pollo, using sofrito and sazon instead of traditional paella seasoning (the puerto rican vesion of paella)


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Nice work. This is one I did as an arroz con pollo, using sofrito and sazon instead of traditional paella seasoning (the puerto rican vesion of paella)


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Looks good. Never heard of that before.
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here's the valencia style I did a few weeks ago.

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(note, I had to pick up my son, so instead of risking burning the paella, I took it off the weber as is. When I returned home, the residual heat wasn't enough to open the clams, so I put the clams in the microwave, they opened, and returned them to the pan. The pic was taken before the clams were finished cooking)
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That looks awesome Frankie. Ns Mike Too. All looks awesome. I love to make Paella. I make it at least 5 times per year. My employees demand that I make it for our Christmas party. Here is a thread on a Paella I made this August.

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Some damn nice pr0n!
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Nice work!
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Looks good! Reminds me that I haven't made paella in a while.
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Nice looking food,never tried it myself.
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Looks good. I really need to make some.

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