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pampodekuin: Hola a todos,

Lamentablemente tengo que archivar este caché por no poder dedicarle tiempo.
Si en un futuro (espero que no muy lejano) pudiera otra vez volver a la actividad geocachera, lo activaría de nuevo.

Un saludo.

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Gandía - Cuna de la fideuà

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Hidden : 5/6/2014
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Terrain:
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GANDÍA

Spanish version

La fideuà (pronunciación dialectal de la palabra valenciana fideuada -gran cantidad de fideos-) es un plato marinero originario de las costas de la Comunidad Valenciana que se elabora de forma parecida a la paella.

Al igual que la paella, se hace en el recipiente también llamado paella o paellera, es decir en sartén ancha y plana, aunque se citan otras variantes tradicionales hechas en cazuela.

Gandía es la cuna de la fideuà, y en esta ciudad de la Safor se celebra anualmente un importante certamen-concurso donde los mejores cocineros deleitan con su elaboración.

Es muy típico también comer la fideuà con un poco de alioli en el plato.

El invento de la fideuà es atribuido a una anécdota picaresca. Gabriel Rodríguez Pastor, ("Gabrielo" el del quiosco del Grau de Gandía), era cocinero de embarcación y Juan Bautista Pascual ("Zábalo"), era el pequeño de la barca y ayudante de aquél. Según la familia de Gabrielo, el patrón era muy aficionado al arroz y al resto de marineros casi nunca les llegaba su ración de arroz a banda, el plato que normalmente preparaba. Tratando de buscar una solución al problema, el cocinero pensó en cambiar el arroz por los fideos para ver si al patrón le resultaba menos apetitoso.

El invento gustó, y la fama del plato se extendió por los restaurantes del puerto como la "Casa la Pastaora", donde se cocinaban las primeras "fideuades", consagrándose como un plato característico e imprescindible.

Ensglish version (google translator)

The fideuà (dialect pronunciation of the word Valencia fideuada – a lot of noodle –) is a seafood dish originating from the coast of Valencia which is made similarly to the paella.

Like paella, it is in the container also called paella or paella pan, ie broad, flat pan, although other variants are cited traditional casserole made.

Gandia is the cradle of fideuà, and in this city of Safor is a major event held annually - contest where the best chefs delight with its production.

It is also typical fideuà eat with a little aioli on the plate.

Fideuà 's invention is attributed to a picaresque story. Pastor Gabriel Rodriguez ("Gabrielo" kiosk the Grau de Gandia), was cook boat and Juan Bautista Pascual ("Zábalo") , was the youngest of the boat and one assistant . According Gabrielo family , the pattern was very fond of rice and other sailors almost never reached their ration of rice band, usually prepared dish . Trying to find a solution to the problem, the cook thought to change the rice for the noodles to see if the pattern found it less appetizing.

The invention liked, and the fame of the dish spread the harbor restaurants as the "House the Pastaora " where you cooked the first " fideuades ", establishing himself as a dish characteristic and essential.

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