Pastéis de Nata I | Portuguese Custard Tarts from Leite's Culinaria

Pastéis de Nata | Portuguese Custard Tarts

is a Portuguese egg tart pastry! they are amazing! if you have the chance you should try them :) can't come to Portugal without eating them!

Lisbon Skyline as seen from Almada (Portugal) | Amazing Photography Of Cities and Famous Landmarks From Around The World

Amazing Photography Of Cities and Famous Landmarks From Around The World

Recipe both in Portuguese and English on how to make 'pastéis de nata'.

Recipe both in Portuguese and English on how to make 'pastéis de bata'. My goal to make an amazing paleo version

LISBOA | new post on blog | Flickr – Compartilhamento de fotos!

Padrão dos descobrimentos - Lisbon, Portugal had a wonderful day at the nearby Coach Museum and walking around the Fort

LIsbon - the tram and the narrow streets of the old district #Portugal

A Guide To Lisbon Art, Nightlife and Day Trips

A short overview of beautiful Lisbon, including info about the city's nightlife, thriving art scene and nearby aristocratic beach towns.

Ginjinha (Ginja), a sweet cheery liquor from Portugal

we tried the interesting local Portuguese drink Ginjinha (Ginja), a sweet cherry liquor

"Cristo Rei" | Christ the King statue |  Almada #Portugal #travel #Almada

Lisbon, Portugal - Vasco de Gama bridge, Christ Rei statue along the Tagus River

Portuguese guitar - Fado - Malabar

ISTO É PORTUGAL! - Malabar Emotional Design - alma-lusa

Guitarra Portuguesa - String-Stringed Instruments / Intrumentos de Cuerdas this instrument is beautiful

Maria Severa, who lived in Lisbon in early 19th century was the first Fadista in Portugal to be acclaimed as a Fado performer. She is sometimes accredited with not just the popularity but also the origin of Fado music. She was a prostitute that sang fado and also played the Portugese Guitar. Severa has been uplifted to mythical proportions, and there are plays, musicals written about her life; including the first sound movie in Portugal in 1931. Severa died when she was only 26.

MARIA SEVERA, who lived in Lisbon in early century was the first Fadista in Portugal to be acclaimed as a Fado performer.

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