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3 Must Try Portuguese Winter Soup Recipes!

On my second morning in Portugal, my Tia (aunt) Lucinda asked if I wanted rabbit for lunch. I shook off the jetlag and tried to think straight before answering. Rabbit is one of my favorite meals, so it would be hard to pass up! But I would be leaving close […]

Portuguese Recipe: Pumpkin Preserve

Ever notice how the holidays strips  your cabinets empty of quick nibbles? It’s the cuisine no one talks about. The cuisine that’s absolutely required when family and friends are streaming in from all corners of the planet, but rarely do you find yourself with enough to satiate the masses. “Honey, Aunt Gertrude […]

Portuguese Recipe: Caldo Verde Soup

Ever notice how eating green cuisine automatically makes you feel healthy? There’s something psychologically and emotionally satisfying about it, where your body convinces itself that you’ve done the equivalent to fasting for a week, while abstaining from all stimulants and depressants. Mind you, we’re not talking the medicinal version of green, also known […]

Alfarroba: Southern Portugal’s Guilt-Free Dessert

I’m a chocolate lover. I’m also a fig lover. Then I took a trip to the Algarve and discovered that chocolate and fig had a love child, and its name is Alfarroba. Vacationing in the Algarve, the southernmost region of Portugal, has its benefits; and it’s not just for the […]

Top 5 Ways to Enjoy the Autumn Rain

I’ll admit, there are times I desperately wish to transport myself back to Barcelona, to the autumn sun, to the calm beaches, to the lazy outdoor terraces. And it’s not because Barcelona is any better or worse than Porto, it’s because it’s simply…dry. Come autumn, Porto turns into a wicked stepchild, […]

O Paparico: Top Portuguese Restaurant in Porto

There is no sign, there is no grand entry, there is simply a wooden door with a knocker. “How do we get in?” I ask Sara, who was dutifully watching over Mica in his portable carseat. “The door isn’t open? Really?! Is this the right place?” she inquires, a little concerned […]