Fabada at Fairway Pelham
Fairway keeps getting better and better in terms of spanish products. Over by the Olive Oil station they now carry dried and jarred Fabada Asturiana beans. It is nearly impossible to find them (you have to go to D'Espana on Broome street in Manhattan).
I forgot to see if they have Murcia (yes even if it has to be U.S. made). If they did, my life would be complete. The U.S. government should just allow the spanish variety to be imported.
I also picked up a jar of Cocido (the Spanish garbanzo stew). Interested to try it with a drizzle of olive oil. Next time I may try the jarred lentil stew as well.
Wonder if the Manhattan Fairways have these... by the way, the beans are fabes; the dish often made with them is fabada.
I know Murcia only as a city (famous food product: non-smoked paprika; the Odalisca brand wins my prize for the greatest-looking Spanish food cans). But what kind of food product are you referring to?
The La Tienda stuff is pretty good, but the stuff I have had at Asturian restos in madrid are amazing. Finally got to try the Cocido in a jar and it is very good....and vegan (although it almost tastes like it is made with chicken stock). It would be nice to get it without paying an extra $20 to ship it overnight.