Gastronomy

‘Paella Evolutiva’, The Valencian Paella for Today and for Sharing with the World

Ever since Paella Valenciana was abused by chefs abroad like Jamie Oliver and Gordon Ramsey, and Cataluña claimed it as their own, chefs and locals living in Valencia have fought hard to establish the Valencian Communities’ favourite dish both in terms of ownership but also its ingredients and the manner of cooking. VÍ Vid has been there since the beginning of this campaign: with the 10 chefs who originally tried to get a DO for Paella Valenciana, with Paco Alonso and subsequently []

III Concurso La Cassola de San Blai: VÍ Vid Reports from Torrent.

Also known as Rossejat Torrentí, this arroz al horno is specific to Torrent on the outskirts of Valencia City . It is marked by its main difference to the other arroces of this type by the inclusion of two pelotas, one a meatball and the other a sweet dumpling with marzipan. Twenty-Four restaurants from the local area, Valencian Community and Spain generally took part in this third running of the competion. It is a competiton of some standing and attracts a top []

Launching the IV edition of Valencia Culinary Festival 2020. VÍ Vid reports from Saiti.

Valencia is undoubtedly a city of great culinary and gastronomic experiences. Its healthy gastronomy based on local, fresh ingredients and the mediterranean diet give it a great advantage, it enjoys numerous local gastronomy fairs from Ontinyent, Requena and Utiel in the interior to its Mostra in the dry river bed, the gastronomy ‘concursos’ based on seafood, game and other local produce such as Cullera, Sueca and La Valldigna and many others which we have reported on over the years, Gastrónoma which will []