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Where to find Portuguese food and wine in Germany

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  Traveling broadens the mind and so does tasting foreign cuisines around the world. There’s nothing like visiting a given place and taking your time to explore the local dishes, drinks and customs to start understanding the local way of life.  But what happens when you do miss those holidays in Portugal, you’re craving for…

9 Portuguese snacks and wine pairings that will surprise you

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    We were inspired by Wine Folly’s article Wine and Junk Food Pairings That Actually Work to explore the addictive world of Portuguese snacks and find local wines to wash it all down in style. If we often talk about wine selections for typical dishes, complex contemporary recipes or even desserts, why can’t the…

10 Portuguese cheeses you must try

10 PDO Portuguese cheeses

  This one goes out to all the cheese lovers out there! If you still didn’t know that Portugal is cheese heaven, it’s about time you start exploring all the different cheeses that our country has to offer. For a small territory, Portugal boasts a rich variety of options, both from the mainland and our…

FRUITS FROM PORTUGAL

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  WHAT FRUITS WE GROW AND EAT IN PORTUGAL? Portugal produces many delicious seasonal fruits. In this article, we share with you the most traditionally eaten in Portugal. Each season has its charm that allows us to include fresh and nutritious food in our daily lives while supporting local production and protecting the environment. A…

10 Typical Drinks from Portugal

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  The hot weather has arrived in Lisbon and it seems to be here to stay. With it, we can’t help but think about spending time with friends over food and drinks. If going out for dinner is something we tend to do all year long here in Portugal, as soon as Spring rolls in…

CANNED! 10 Delicious Things That in Portugal Come Out of a Can

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  In the past few weeks, forced by current events, it seems like the global appreciation for canned goods is on the rise. While often perceived as cheap, quick, non-elegant options in many parts of the world, canned foods are actually a staple of Portuguese cuisine. Portugal has a long tradition of preserving fish. More…