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PICA PICA

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Classic Catalan Romesco Sauce

Romesco sauce is a traditional tomato based sauce from Catalonia Spain. Typically it is accompanied with "calcots" a relative to leeks...

Pork Stir Fry

Wondering what to do with pork loin? A pork stir fry is a great solution. I highly recommend marinating the pork 24 hours before you are...

Infused oil's

Flavored oils can have many uses: marinades, dressing's, finishing touches on proteins. The most basic infused oil would be roasted...

Poached Pear and Root Vegetable Salad

This is the ultimate fall salad Baby pears poached in white wine, roasted colored beets, celery root puree. Add blue cheese or goat...

Celery Leaf Pesto

Wondering what to do with the leaves from a celery stalk. One option would be to mix them with a salad, another option would be to...

Infused water

Infused water Infused water's are a great way to add a bit of brightness to you water Pear and strawberry water is a great combination...

Lemon Salt

Lemon Salt Finishing salts are a great way to put a finishing touch on a dish. Finishing salts, as the name implies are used at the end...

Candied Pecans

Candied Pecans Candied pecans are perfect for fall. They can be used as a nice sweet touch to a variety of salads. Some of these could...

Spices

Spices Spices are commonly used to add flavor to a dish someone is creating. But how do we extract the best flavor out of them.? One of...

 
 
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Picar in Spanish means to nibble or to snack on.  When i was in culinary school they named the complimentary snack before the meal "pica pica" which in the Spanish version of an amuse bouche.  A pica pica is a compliment from the chef in more formal restaurants at the beginning of the meal to start the experience off on the right foot, a little taste of what is yet to come


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