The seafood paella at El Carajo is something else. The brothy rice supports lots of sweet, fat langostines in the shell, bits of varied seafood and a confetti of vegetable bits with a rich, authentic flavor.
The seafood paella at El Carajo is something else. The brothy rice supports lots of sweet, fat langostines in the shell, bits of varied seafood and a confetti of vegetable bits with a rich, authentic flavor. Handout
The seafood paella at El Carajo is something else. The brothy rice supports lots of sweet, fat langostines in the shell, bits of varied seafood and a confetti of vegetable bits with a rich, authentic flavor. Handout

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April 19, 2017 4:00 PM

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