Watching the snowflakes fall slowly to the ground from a warm and cozy kitchen in Minnesota, we couldn’t be happier to finally be among friends and family. A year away from home is a little torturous, in part, because our hot dish consumption goes down radically. Plus, we tend to go a little stir crazy without our annual dose of spicy chicken wings with gobs of blue cheese and a cold beer. Sure, it may not beat an evening of tapas paired with a bone dry Fino, but as Midwesterners, we need to restock on our ancestral cuisine.
That said, we want to wish you all a very Happy Holiday season, filled with amazing wines, comfort food and the warm embrace from those you love. And of course, we’d love to hear what constitutes cozy holiday cuisine for you!
Till soon, with more Iberian gastronomic treasures!
Gabriella and Ryan Opaz
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