Fideuá Demonstration on Saturday

The Spanish Table Seattle                                                                  February 17, 2011

Fideuá is a delectable pasta dish from Valencia that is cooked in a Paella Pan. If you’ve only used your paellera to prepare rice dishes, we highly recommend that you experiment with Fideuá. Typically made with seafood and served with alioli, the combinations are as endless as the variety of ingredients you can pull together. This Saturday February 19th, we’re celebrating Manager Isaac Rivera’s 30th birthday.  In celebration of Isaac’s cumpleanos,  Jefe Steve will be demonstrating how to cook a Fideuá, beginning at noon. Stop by to get a free sample of the Fideuá and a copy of the recipe.

Come and shop our expanded Sherry selection!


2008 Solnia Rioja ($9.99) Bright and juicy, “Ilurce’s 2008 Solnia is a blend of 50% Tempranillo and 50% Graciano. This purple-colored offering displays a bouquet of spice box, violets, and black cherry leading to a racy wine with vibrant acidity and plenty of savory black fruit for balance. Drink this excellent value over the next 4-5 years.” 88 points Wine Advocate

2008 Mas dels Frares Priorat  ($17.99) “The 2008 Mas del Frares is an unoaked blend of 50% Carinena, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 20% Garnacha. The nose gives up earth notes, mineral, lavender, and black cherry. Substantial on the palate with good density and ripe flavors, this friendly effort is a good introduction to the region and an outstanding value.” 89 points Wine Advocate

2004 Remelluri Rioja ($34.00) “80% tempranillo, with garnacha, graciano and mazuelo) Opaque ruby. Captivating aromas of cherry, cured meat, tobacco and licorice. Lush and juicy, with fresh red and dark fruit flavors, silky tannins and slow-mounting herbal qualities. Turns sweeter on the finish, with sexy oak spices lingering seductively. This is really delicious and already complex enough to enjoy in the near term. ” 93 points Stephen Tanzer

2006 Damana 5 Ribera del Duero ($18.99) “Plum, raisin, iron and game notes have focus and character in this dense, firm red… harmonious and long” 90 points Wine Spectator

2004 Adagio Reserva Malbec, Mendoza ($13.99) This elegant 100% Malbec is intense with spicy fruity notes, nutmeg and white pepper combined with vanilla, chocolate and coffee aromas.  Voluptuous, this wine has a fleshy taste and long finish.  Unfiltered. 50% is aged in new French oak for one year, then blended with the other half, which is then bottled and aged for another year before release to fully integrate the flavors.


Gem Brand Basque Chorizos (Made in Boise, ID) $11.99/16 oz – This customer favorite is back in stock!

Quijote Dry Chorizo is also back in stock, after a long absence.  Kudos to George for getting these products back in the refrigerator case!

Fermin Jamón Ibérico, sliced in 2 oz packages ($9.99)

Soujouk Dried Beef Sausage and Basturma Cured Dried Beef  TheseTurkish specialties are made in USA.

After tasting Creminelli brand Italian salamis, we simply had to stock them.  $9.99 for 5.5 oz, try Casalingo (Mild) or Piccante (Hot).

Spanish Table Spice Kits are back in stock! $19.99 gets you nine small tubs (appx. quarter cup) of distinctive spices, including Aleppo Pepper, Harissa, Sumac and White Peppercorns. These sold out quickly during the holidays.


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