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Latest entries about Olive oil

Why is Porto Overtaking Paris for Shopping and Design

written by Gabriella Opaz | 21st September 2016

Chadner Navarro recently published a fantastic article in Bloomberg highlighting why Porto is surpassing Paris as “the” shopping capital of Europe. There’s a good reason for it. Porto isn’t just an architectural wonder, with its technicolored tiles and vaulting domes, it’s a hotbed of creativity! Just hang out at a party for a few minutes and you’re bound to run...

Beyond the Tagus Part II: Gastronomic Baixo Alentejo

written by Catherine Fisher | 4th January 2016

Just before the Holidays, I kicked off our three-part series on Portugal’s Alentejo region, with a trip to Évora. For the foodies and wine lovers among you, not to mention history buffs, this should not be missed! Today, however, we’ll be heading to the southernmost region, Baixo Alentejo, for a trip that’ll inspire the laid-back, country-living foodie in you!  Our story...
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Port Wine Tour with Ryan Opaz

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Porto Walking Food Tour

This delicious food tour is more than a culinary experience, it’s a love letter to Porto highlighting the city’s history, architecture and...

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Portugal Luxury Harvest Tour 2018

Catavino's Harvest Tour showcases the world renowned wine regions of Central and Northern Portugal with us as your guides!...

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The Undiscovered Inland Cuisine of Portugal – Part III

written by Sonia Nolasco | 10th August 2015

In this last installment of our three-part series on the undiscovered inland foods of Portugal (Part I & Part II), we pick apart the fruits that give the country some of its most luscious cherries and pears as well as premium olive oil. And though it’s one of the lesser known wine regions of the Portugal, there’s plenty to...

The Undiscovered Inland Cuisine of Portugal – Part I

written by Sonia Nolasco | 20th July 2015

The interior of Portugal is, unfortunately, often overlooked. That’s too bad, especially for foodies searching for unique eats beyond the mouthwatering fish and seafood on the coast and the regional dishes that the bustling cities recreate. Granted, I understand that driving into the mountains of Portugal or through windy, ancient villages isn’t as easy as getting around major hubs,...

Five Small Towns in Spain Every Foodie Needs to Visit!

written by Sam Zucker | 13th April 2015

Your visit to Spain need not take on the predictable pace of one city on Tuesday, then bolting to a new city on Wednesday, with one too many museums (and perhaps a little party island hastily thrown in at the end to catch a quick sunburn) before jetting back to cooler climates. Big cities like Madrid and Barcelona surely...

6 Tips to Guarantee Fresh and Delicious Olive Oil

written by Valeska Idarraga | 17th November 2014

There isn’t a home or professional kitchen in Spain that doesn’t stock olive oil. Its omnipresence is ubiquitous. Similar to the French passion for butter, we adore this unctuous, golden liquid! One of the best ways to experience Spanish oil is during breakfast. While a sweet pastry is still appreciated, most of us are unconditionally loyal to “Pan, Aceite y Jamón”. Fresh bread, olive...
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