There’s nothing better than roasting a chicken low and slow for Sunday dinner. But, I don’t stop there. While I’m doing the dishes after dinner, I’ve got the chicken carcass in a stockpot simmering away on the stove so my husband Matt and I can have a delicious homemade stock for a Spanish soup later on.
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This Spanish soup’s got every protein you’d want in a soup-as-a-meal: beef, pork, and chicken. But, there’s also a fresh component. Turnip greens (yes, the greens!), collards, Swiss chard, cabbage, and a full pound of potatoes make this stew-like Spanish bean-rich classic a hearty, soul-warming meal.
Cooking Solo author Klancy Miller shared her recipe for this beautiful cake, because, well. . .you have to have friends over!
Everyone knows how much I love paella–but this is even better. The dish is a traditional northern Spanish clam dish where the rice is almost soupy. No socarrat here! The secret is to steam the fresh clams separately before adding them to the rice. Be sure to reserve the cooking liquid from the clams to […]