Made In Spain

Paella Day

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Jose explores the fascinating region of Valencia, famed for its rice fields and paella restaurants. After visiting the best of them, Jose takes us back to his home in America and teaches us to cook paella at a backyard barbecue with his wife and three daughters! Jose also creates a special tapa with Spain's sweetest citrus clementines, then visits the fields where the fruit is picked; and, just for fun, Jose tries his hand at eel fishing before cooking the eels up in the traditional dish all i pebre.

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