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Re: What do you do when you are docked or anchored?

Originally Posted by chef2sail View Post
If you like Spainish food, Try some of the Catalonean recipes in the cookbook. I am fond of the food from that region (Barcelona)
I just met Jose Andreas and ate in his restaurant, Jaleo here in DC. Had veal cheeks for the very first time. Were ourstanding. We are partnering with him at the National Gallery of Art in one of my restaurants
I love Spanish food and have spent a fair amount of time in the country. Visited Alex (Giulietta) in Lisbon once as well, hoping to get back there again.

Foodwise Catalonia is good and I do like Catalan cuisine a lot and have eaten some wonderful meals in Catalonia and Valencia but without doubt the best food in Spain is found in the Basque Country. Some truly fabulous tucker.

Beyond that Galacia is also very good but in reality Galacia probably should be part of Portugal and Portuguese is seriously yummo as well.

As for partnering Jose Andrea, wow. I've seen his stuff on the box, you should be in for a real treat.

Andrew B (Malö 39 Classic)

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