Iván and Susie Núñez have developed a comfortable blend of international cooking styles that has evolved into the distinctive Casa Nunez flavor. Ivan learned the traditional cooking styles of his native Puerto Rico. As a young man he co-owned a successful Mexican restaurant in New Mexico. He and Susie married in Gibraltar and the pair made their first home together in Madrid, Spain. The Air Force brought the couple to Beavercreek where for over more than 20 years of marriage, they have regularly cooked for family and friends. Using traditional elements from both the Mediterranean and Puerto Rico, Susie and Ivan have fully incorporated the rustic art of food preparation into their daily cooking and are happy to share those practices.
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The always-entertaining Susie and Iván Núñez are cooking up another fun evening of great food and drink. Tonight's class will be a celebration of vibrant Cuban cuisine. We'll start with a popular sandwich named for Cuban socialite Elena Ruz Valdés-Fauli that's loved for its gratifying savory-sweet flavor combination, and serve it with a tasty Black Bean Salad. Ropa Vieja, a popular Cuban dish with stewed tender skirt steak cooked in tomatoes, onions, peppers, garlic, and wine, wouldn’t be complete without Cuban-style Rice and Fried Ripe Plantains. Dessert is Guava and Cream Pastries. This menu will be paired with wine and beer.
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Join the Núñez duo for a Paella party with tapas and Sangria thrown in for a taste of Mediterranean sunshine! We’ll start with Marinated Olives and Manchego to tantalize your taste buds. Fresh local tomatoes will make an incredible summer Gazpacho. The traditional Spanish Tortilla with egg, onion, spinach, and potato is a Spanish tapa favorite. The star of the evening, Paella Mixta, featuring shrimp, chicken, chorizo, and Spanish rice, is a one-pot wonder. For a sweet ending, Torrijas (Spanish version of French toast) is pan fried and topped with a sprinkle of cinnamon-sugar. This menu will be paired with Sangria and Spanish wine.
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