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Another warm and sunny day in Portugal and sometimes it just sounds right to lay on the grass, or sit on a park bench, having a bite to eat while appreciating time with friends and family. If you already went to our busy streets in Lisbon center and you want to get away from all the noise and cars passing by, go to the nearest garden and relax.  
Put together some of our tasty essentials and enjoy the sun, the birds singing, the kids laughing and feed your soul with the landscape and simple summery comfort food...

Is coming that time of the month in which Figueira Square is transformed into a Portuguese regional products market. The metal structures are assembled and the square is preparing to receive regional producers of cheeses and sausages, bee products, traditional desserts, traditional wines and liquors, as well as several proposals for crafts.   Be sure to try the suckling pig sandwiches, the cherry of Obidos, 'sangria' (sweet wine) or XXL sandwiches of ham and Serra da Estrela cheese...

One of the most appreciated Portuguese Christmas sweet is a round-shaped crown, has a large hole in the middle, a hard dough with nuts and candied fruit. These are the king cake ingredients, a typical cake traditionally eaten between December and King’s Day, whose name refers to the three wise men. According to legend, this sweet represents the gifts offered by the Magi to baby Jesus at his birth: the crust symbolized gold, the candied fruit the myrrh and cake aroma the incense...

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