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Bread pudding with Port wine – recipe

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When it comes to sweets, several countries use old bread to make their version of French Toast (in Portugal, those are called rabanadas) or bread pudding. You may not think bread pudding is Portuguese as such, but what if we were talking about a decadent pudding moistened by the powers of Port wine? We can…

Ultimate guide to the best Portuguese soups – Part 2: Non-vegetarian soups from Portugal

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  Welcome back. This article gives continuity to the previous published ULTIMATE GUIDE TO THE BEST PORTUGUESE SOUPS – PART 1: Vegetarian soups from Portugal  In this second part of this guide we will introduce you to the most hearty Portuguese winter soups in which the king ingredient is meat or fish. In fact, although…

Ultimate guide to the best Portuguese soups – Part 1: Vegetarian soups from Portugal

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  Comfort food is meant to be enjoyed all year round, but if there is one season that particularly asks for cosy warm dishes, that has got to be Winter. Here in Portugal, we love indulging in stews and heart-warming foods that tend to lean on the heavier side. But, sometimes, a good bowl of…

LISBON AND ITS SUSTAINABLE WAY OF LIVING

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Lisbon is one of the oldest cities in Europe, constantly evolving and resilient to changes.  The city is conscious of the ecological footprint, making sustainable choices on the path to a thriving future. Lisbon, like many other big cities in the world, has tons of waste to deal with. On the other hand, it is…

10 WAYS TO FEEL LIKE A LOCAL IN LISBON

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  Once you arrive in Lisbon and start to mingle in the atmosphere, you can do it both ways:  the touristic way or the Portuguese way.   Sure you can check in at every tourist spot (plenty of them are worth it) and eat all the  Portuguese custards tarts you can – we also eat them…

How to discover Lisbon with kids – And survive to tell the story!

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If discovering Lisbon and treading its seven hills might be already challenging by itself,  imagine going up and down each and every one of these hills with one, two or three children, tired, hungry and always asking: Are we there yet? Are we? ARE WEEEE? Or with teenagers asking to take a picture of them…

SET THE TABLE, PORTUGUESE ESSENTIALS

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Portuguese people love to host and many well-known Portuguese industries and crafts exist to supply this tradition. When it comes to food, Portuguese people make it a happening! A meal is much more than eating, all round the world and in Portugal is no exception. It’s the gatherings, the love for hosting, the long chattings…

PORTUGUESE WINTER DISHES

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Do you feel more hungry during winter? It’s natural. On colder days, our body consumes more energy to regulate body temperature. But anyone who likes to eat knows that this verb is not just a functional act. Those who love to eat do not just do it for food. We also do it for the…

INTERNATIONAL FOOD IN LISBON FROM PORTUGUESE FORMER COLONIES

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These days, different communities originally from Portuguese former colonies and currently living in Lisbon open their own restaurants and serve traditional dishes that soon become comforting must-have delicacies we can’t live without anymore! At Taste of Lisboa, we believe that food is a strong cultural expression of great identity, passed down from one generation to…

BIZARRE FOOD OF PORTUGAL

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  Food is culture. It is often at the table that we find unique delicacies that feed and tell the stories and habits of a people and a country. “The destination of choice for food lovers should be Portugal.” CNN says it and we agree, taking into account the delicious food and dishes that many…