You’ve heard that Spanish cuisine is one hot item on the international culinary scene today. And you probably know that it’s served tapas-style, i.e., a series of small plates. And you’re aware that Spanish-themed tapas menus are a huge hit in the relative handful of U.S. restaurants that offer them. All you need now is someone who can tell you how Spanish cooking and tapas can be packaged into a formula that will take off in a restaurant like yours. That’s asking ...

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