At KoKo asopao is chicken, chorizo, green olives, capers, tomato and saffron served over rice. It's hearty nearly as thick as gumbo but the olives and capers give it a welcome salt-and-vinegar kick. Had I not been starving already (owing to a planning oversight that in a minute I'll try to pass off as a stroke of restaurant-reviewer genius), I still would have cleaned my plate.
Or tried to clean my plate.
Why couldn't I clean my plate? What planning oversight did I make? And what, exactly, is asopao? Learn the answers to these questions and much, much more in this week's review.
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