30 Recipes for Rice, Your One True Love
Rice is life.
This Spanish paella is packed with flavor, from tender chicken and saffron to mussels, clams, and chorizo. What are you doing–get up and make it already.
How-To: Paella with Jamie Bissonnette
Chef Jamie Bissonnette teaches us how to build flavors to make the best paella, loaded with shrimp, mussels, and chorizo.
Banoffee Paella Recipe
Don't worry, it's not bananas and rice. It's bananas and AMAZING.
Make Jamie Bissonnette's Untraditional (But Still Amazing) Paella
Bissonnette’s "MUNCHIES paella" isn’t a huge departure from what you would find in Southern Spain but it’s got plenty of seafood that reflect Bissonnette’s Northeast roots.
This Is the Secret to Making a Great Paella
However you choose to make or eat your paella—straight from the pan with a spoon is the original Spanish way—just make sure to remember that paella means family, sitting down around a table, and having a good time.
Action Bronson Learns to Dance Flamenco in Barcelona
On an all new episode of 'Fuck, That's Delicious', the crew travels to Barcelona for a whirlwind trip filled with a music festival, flamenco dancing, and a paella contest.
This Summer, Paella Is the Answer
This paella recipe from Toro's Jamie Bissonnette is the delicious vehicle that lets us simultaneously celebrate our loves of chicken, chorizo, and shellfish.
Everything You Need to Know About the New Food Emojis
For all of the mustachioed lumbersexuals stuck in a 2009 New York Times thinkpiece about Brooklyn, bacon and whiskey emojis will finally be here. And we all know how the pickle emoji will be used...
Off the Beaten Path: Miami, Exploring Culinary Diversity
Chef Zapata takes you Off the Beaten Path to explore Miami's culinary diversity, from The Daily Bread Market Place, to El Carajo, tucked away inside a gas station.
How-To: Make Paella with George Weill and Pepe Linares
Chef George Weill and flamenco singer Pepe Linares show us how to make the best seasonal paella. But no two paellas are alike, and there are times when you can't predict what you'll find in the classic dish.
Pepe Linares and George Weill
Your Attempts at Paella Would Probably Flunk This Valencian Paella School
Originally cooked by servants over outdoor fires, paella is a part of Spanish food heritage. Your summer Sunday lunch version probably wouldn’t impress the chefs at Valencia’s School of Rice and Paella.