bacalao

Adán is a little surprised, but pleased, at how traditional Eva is. Christmas Eve, she insists that they go to the village church for the late-night Mass of the Rooster, and she delights in the fireworks set off after the service.

Then there’s a midnight dinner, this time the traditional bacalao, dried cod in tomato sauce with onions – which Adán can’t stand but tolerates because it reminds Eva of her childhood – and revoltijo de romerita, shrimp in pepito sauce, which he does like.

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Cartel, Don Winslow, 2015

Morue cuite à baisse température avec crème de pommes de terre et tomates « pachino » à la mediterranéenne

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