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  • Spanish Lemonaid Stand?

    I got a kick out of this one....Paella being offered at the local Easter artesan fair! (Feria Pasqua)

    It's actually a fideua made with pasta instead of rice.

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    sigpicTiempo para guzarlos..... ...enjoy every sandwich!

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    Gorgeous arrangement of the dish. What kind of pasta is that Jim? Looks like Mac.
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      Pizzialo....congratulations george.

      Yeah, I think it's pretty close to mac. I've had it a couple of times, it's okay and a nice twist to the traditional rice.

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      Ps, nice to have you back after a day GJB
      sigpicTiempo para guzarlos..... ...enjoy every sandwich!

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        Thanks XJ. Only one day to get over the hump. I thought it was going to be six months but then I realized, I'm hooked on this forum. What would I do if I walked away? I think I missed your posts the most. Love your pics!

        Yeah, the dish it looks like maccaroni from here. Sometimes just a little change like rice to pasta, pasta to rice can make a big difference for those used to eating the same things over and over again. We eat tons of potatoes, rice, and pasta at home. I pulled out some couscous about a year ago, just for a change, which as you know, is just pasta in a different shape, and the wife and kids suck it up like candy, everytime! Variety is truely the spice of life!
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