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Paella Sources

November 11, 1998

Yes, you can make a paella in a turkey roaster if you don't have the right pan. But if you want to get the real thing, here are a few good sources:

* The Spanish Table, a Seattle-based mail-order business, sells many products imported from Spain. Its La Ideal brand paellas from Garcima S.A. in Valencia, Spain, range from tiny four-inch black-and-white speckled enamel pans for $6 to 45-inch stainless steel paellas for $400, intended to serve 120 people. Also sold are Garcima's portable propane-powered gas rings for cooking outdoors. Wooden paella spoons, paella rice and other Spanish tools are sold as well.

For information, call (206) 682-2827, fax (206) 682-2814 or e-mail tablespan@aol.com.

* La Espanola is a shop closer to home that carries a wonderful section of Spanish foods and utensils. Its pans range from $8.95 for a paella to serve one to $150 for a paella to serve 50.

25020 Doble Ave., Harbor City. (310) 539-0455.

* Surfas, essential a gourmet warehouse store, also carries several sizes of paellas as well as some Spanish ingredients.

8825 National Blvd., Culver City. (310) 559-4770.

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