More than rice and beans

So for those of you who enjoy food, and good food at that, Spanish food is some of the most rich and sumptuous food that South Florida has to offer. Aside from the typical rice and beans that common take-out places such as Chicken Kitchen and Chick N’ Grill dish out, the Spanish know how to cook. From plantains to paella, a dish made for 20 people consisting of seafood, meat, vegetables and wild rice, take the time to enjoy some Spanish comfort. Don’t forget the Sangria.


March 1, 2005


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