I've usually had putanesca with more hot spice, but maybe the alcaparones make up for it. Here's my favorite food blog. Written by a young American woman, concentrating on mostly Middle-Eastern food (she's lived and travelled there and knows her stuff.)http://desertcandy.blogspot.com.es/
Thanks for the heads up on the cooking blog. I like this guy a lot: http://foodwishes.blogspot.com.es/The three cayenne peppers I put in this made it a bit spicy. Before I make a video these days I research the dish to make it as traditional as possible. I look on youtube for the oldest Italian grandmother and sort of begin there. Italians definitely eat spicy food a lot more than the Spanish as just about every recipe for putanesca calls for a chile pepper or two.
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