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Photo Gallery: Chef Leo Razo teaches students how to cook paella

Chef Leo Razo taught about 20 students how to cook paella, a traditional Spanish dish, Wednesday in Huntington Beach.
Chef Leo Razo begins cooking pork, the first main ingredient to create paella, for about 20 students and community members in Huntington Beach. (Priscella Vega)
Chef Leo Razo taught about 20 students how to cook paella, a traditional Spanish dish, Wednesday in Huntington Beach.
Chef Leo Razo displays salt, garlic, saffron and other ingredients he used to make paella Wednesday in Huntington Beach. (Priscella Vega)
Chef Leo Razo taught about 20 students how to cook paella, a traditional Spanish dish, Wednesday in Huntington Beach.
Chef Leo Razo’s finished paella includes pork, chicken, shrimp, mussles, clams and vegetables. Razo cooked the dish with help from about 20 students who are part of the Waymakers Gang Prevention and Youth Development Program. (Priscella Vega)
Chef Leo Razo taught about 20 students how to cook paella, a traditional Spanish dish, Wednesday in Huntington Beach.
Chef Leo Razo cooks paella, a traditional Spanish dish, with participants of the Waymakers Gang Prevention and Youth Development Program and Huntington Beach Youth Shelter on Wednesday. (Kevin Chang / Staff Photographer)
Chef Leo Razo taught about 20 students how to cook paella, a traditional Spanish dish, Wednesday in Huntington Beach.
Chef Leo Razo holds up a gram of saffron as he speaks with participants of the Waymakers Gang Prevention and Youth Development Program and Huntington Beach Youth Shelter on Wednesday. (Kevin Chang / Staff Photographer)
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