Heat oil in a paella pan. Add onions and saute. Add garlic and stir until onions are translucent. Add the chorizo and turn heat to low. You want the oils of the chorizo to seep out and give your pan some flavor. Add pulled chicken and mix. Add the shrimp to your bubbling mixture, but only for about 2 minutes to par-cook them. Remove them quickly so as not to overcook. Add red bell pepper and mix well, following with sofrito, mixing again. Add paprika, rice and chicken broth.
Sometimes the best weekend diversions await us blessedly close to home, as we discovered on a recent escape north to Gainesville, Texas. While we were busy elsewhere, the Cooke County seat -- just an hour's drive north from Dallas -- quietly grew into a delightful town perfect for dawdling away a couple of days.
In the long, hot days of July, we routinely turn to salads and grilled goodies for refreshment, but we should also remember the delights of summer soups. We asked local chefs to share their creative ideas for making the most out of summer's bounty and other favorite ingredients, and we came away with four wonderful ideas.
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