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Calçotada: A Spanish Celebration for the Beginning of the Season

Calçotada: A Spanish Celebration for the Beginning of the Season
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A celebration of Spring in Spain, and in our case Summer! The calçots are a kind of green onions that they grow for the purpose of eating them in these local festivities called “calçotada”. They are roasted over open flames and eaten by hand accompanied with Romesco sauce and lots of red wine. This meal will be accompanied by seasonal tapas (small bites and plates) highlighting the start of Summer. We will have the head winemaker of Palmer Vineyards pouring and discussing some beautiful wines that pair perfectly with the traditional Spanish menu! An incredibly delicious, fun and messy event cooked by Chef Jack Formica. Starts at 6:30 pm Friday, June 29th.

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