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The Scarlet Pumpernickel

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  • Location: Atlanta, GA
Fabada Fri, 11/19/04 9:27 AM (permalink)
Is anyone here familiar with fabada, a mexican bean and meat stew? I haven't found it since I've moved to the Atlanta area, even in Spanish markets, of which there are very few. It has colorado beans, chorizo, ground smoked pork and bacon, and it makes an excellent addition to chili. The two brands I used to buy in Florida are Garcia and Kirby.


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    RE: Fabada Fri, 11/19/04 10:04 AM (permalink)
    I've never seen fabada on a Mexican menu. It's actually from Asturia in Spain. I doubt you'll be able to find it canned in Atlanta markets, but it shouldn't be too difficult to make. There's a bunch of recipes online. Or you can try finding a Spanish or Cuban restaurant--either of those should serve fabada, although it's not a typical everyday menu item, so call ahead and ask which day of the week they serve it.

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