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Spanish cookings unlikly Godmother

Spanish cookings unlikly Godmother

Growing up in Queens as the daughter of Greek immigrants, Casas was an unlikely candidate for introducing the United States to Spanish cuisine. But in 1962, while studying abroad in Madrid, she fell in love with the food, and with Luis Casas, the 25-year-old son of her hosts, who was sent to pick her up from the airport when she arrived.  "I look and see this nice, beautiful girl with beautiful eyes with a nice, green summer dress next to a piece of luggage," Luis tells me.

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