When in Spain, we cook paella
By Kate Rau
Meaghan Kincaid is studying Business Economics at SUNY at Oneonta. This summer she spent eight weeks in Spain, completing a marketing internship at a leading co-working company in Barcelona.
“Our marketing department truly was a cohesive team that conquered the day in and day out changes of the community we strived to keep informed and the company we represented,” she writes on her blog, My Travels Abroad.
Below is an extract of a recent blog post, where Meaghan recounts an evening spent cooking paella with Connectors and friends in Barcelona.
Paella is one of Spain’s most famous dishes and who would I be if I didn’t sign up for a paella cooking class? Let me just say, making this delicious dish from scratch made all the difference. The tedious cooking process brought out flavors of garlic, saffron, and many, many more.
“Check to see if they are still alive, before we cook them”