Like other popular traditions such as chili and barbecue sauce, paella recipes vary. The dish has its roots in Valencia, Spain, and gets its name from the traditional two-handled pan in which it is cooked. Classic paella features rice and saffron, with a combination of meats, shellfish, garlic, onions and vegetables such as artichokes, tomatoes and peas. At Fig & Olive Melrose Place in West Hollywood, CA, and Fig & Olive in Newport Beach, CA, executive chef Pascal Lorange features ...

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