It's never too early to start planning a paella party with friends & familia. We are now taking reservations for the summer months and would you believe that July is almost booked solid. Whatever you are celebrating we can make it more festive and delicious!
Taste of Sonoma is an annual event held at the MacMurray Ranch in Healdsburg. The ranch is now owned by the Gallo Family Winery which makes a whole range of very delicious wine like the Russian River Valley MacMurray Pinot Noir which was paired with our paella during the live cooking demonstration. Below are a few pictures of our paella, our team and some of the folks admiring our work. If you get the chance next year plan ahead, the event sells out of 2500 tickets at $165 each. If you do come make sure to drop by our booth and try our delicious paella.
Today was a perfect day to enjoy a giant pan of paella with the good folks at Preston Farm & Winery. We made the paella over fire in a whaling pot with the same oak wood Preston uses to bake … Continue reading →
Paella is a Valencian rice dish with a long history of tradition, a tradition that sometimes we, the folks at Paella Guy, like to interpret in unique and dramatic ways. This paella for Camlebak LLC at the Larson Family Winery was created with the intention of highlighting our fresh local salmon from Bodega Bay and as you can see, the salmon in its entirety is splendid to look at in the pan. The smaller paella is a gluten free vegetarian with soy chorizo and it was delicious with the pinot grigio served by the Larson team.
Freshly caught Pacific salmon from Bodega Bay.
A few of the Camelbak employees from Latin America take pictures of one amazing looking Salmon Paella.
Paella Guy's helper Flor makes a dazzling vegetarian gluten free paella with soy chorizo.
A guest with Camelbak admires Salmon Paella created by Paella Guy.
Salmon Paella with green lip mussels, clams, whole prawns and scallops.
Paella and vino (wine) go together like peas in a pod so when the Gallo Winery was having their 2014 Corporate Innovation Day in Sonoma County, where do you think they turned for paella to serve with their fabulous wines? Yes, we made several amazing paellas to go with local as well as some of their imported Spanish vino.Below you'll see a seafood paella, vegetarian and a meat and seafood combination(our favorite) served in a relaxed picnic environment.