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Portobello

a small port in Panama, on the Caribbean northeast of Colón: the most important port in South America in colonial times; declined with the opening of the Panama Canal. Pop.: 3026 (1990 est.)
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PERE PORTABELLA made his first film in Barcelona in 1967, a time marked by intense repression in Francoist Spain and a worldwide proliferation of cinematic new waves that were challenging the parameters of filmic language.
I used a mixture of Portabella, flatcap and dried porcini, but the choice is, as always, up to you.
For the shopper who values flavor and convenience, Monterey Mushrooms has introduced a stuffed baby portabella package in three flavors: Spinach & Artichoke, Tomato Basil, and Poppin' Peppers.
They are also high in riboflavin, a B-vitamin that promotes healthy skin and good vision, niacin, that ensures that the digestive and nervous systems function as they should; pantothenic acid, involved in the production of hormones; potassium (one medium-sized portabella contains more that a banana); selenium, an essential mineral that plays an important role in the immune system, the thyroid system, the male reproductive system and cancer prevention; and copper, which has a role in making the red blood cells that deliver oxygen to all the cells in the body.
I think that for the last several years with the convenience in packaging there has been an upswing on the pre-washed and sliced white and portabellas," says Caldwell.
PEDAL PUSHER: Matt's Tofu Scrambler (tofu, potatoes, bell peppers, portabella mushrooms, spinach, onion, and thyme; $10) or the everpopular Sam's Burger ($9.
Sandwiches such as grilled rosemary chicken, portabellas, shrimp and crab salad, and the "Burns burger" come in at $7.
A recent menu check at Charlie Trotter's restaurant in Chicago showed four of the eight listed courses adorned with fungus of various kinds, and supermarket shelves have expanded 'shroom exposure to entire sections featuring specialty varieties like shiitake, portabellas, maitake, enoki, to name a few.
Just a few years ago, mushroom growers commonly threw portabellas away.
People are using mushrooms like portabellas in place of hamburgers for Meatless Mondays, or cutting them like steak.
Shiitakes, Maitakes, Porcinis, Portabellas and Morels are favored by chefs who use them with fish, steak, pastas and vegetables in ethnic, healthy or gourmet dishes.
They're in the market now: knobby chanterelles, hairy hedgehogs, and broad-capped portabellas with flaring gills.