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Morcela de Arroz (Leiria): Arroz, entremeada de porco com alho, cebola, salsa, cominhos e cravinhos, sangue fresco de porco com sal, pimenta vinagre e vinho tinto.

Morcela de Arroz (Leiria): Arroz, entremeada de porco com alho, cebola, salsa, cominhos e cravinhos, sangue fresco de porco com sal, pimenta vinagre e vinho tinto.

Sandes de Espada & Brisa Maracujá

Sandes de Espada & Brisa Maracujá

Lisbon, Portugal: Backstreets of Alfama ~ This is a great video by Rick Steves about this wonderful & old world neighborhood in Lisbon called the Alfama.  This place reminds me of Cadiz in Spain and the off the beaten path  neighborhood of Cannaregio in Venice, Italy. Old world, charming, and rich in tradition and history.

Rick Steves: Dreaming of My 2014 Travels: Portugal - via McHardy McHardy Jones Post

Ovos Moles or"soft eggs", literally, is a local delicacy from Aveiro, Portugal, made of egg yolks and sugar.

Ovos Moles or"soft eggs", literally, is a local delicacy from Aveiro, Portugal, made of egg yolks and sugar. - Images of Portugal

Sausages of Portalegre. Portugal

Canada, manufacturing house of the famous São Jorge traditional cheese, Santo Amaro, Azores islands, Portugal - Images of Portugal

This wine and garlic marinated pork recipe is amazing! This recipe (Torresmos de Vinha D'alhos) is a traditional meal served on all the Azores islands.

Portuguese Marinated Pork (Torresmos de Vinha d'Alhos)

PORTUGAL: This wine and garlic marinated pork recipe is amazing! This recipe (Torresmos de Vinha D'alhos) is a traditional meal served on all the Azores islands.

coscoroes

Coscorões are a very typical Portuguese dessert during the Christmas season. Ingredients: cups flour water as needed 1 pinch of salt 3 eggs 1 orange rind cup sugar 1 stick melted butter cup brandy oil for frying sugar and cinnamon powder for covering

Doces Finos are among the most popular delicacies of Algarve. These little pieces of confectionery are made ​​with almond paste, custard filling and manually painted with dye. Its shapes can be the traditional fruits, fish, birds or flowers.

Doces Finos are among the most popular delicacies of Algarve. These little pieces of confectionery are made ​​with almond paste, custard filling and manually painted with dye. Its shapes can be the traditional fruits, fish, birds or flowers.

beforgo voyage recette pastel de nata

beforgo voyage recette pastel de nata

Chestnuts, roasted to perfection!  With a serrated knife blade, cut a slash across the side opposite the eye of the chestnut.  Place in a pan of lightly salted, hot water (enough to cover all chestnuts in pan with water), cover and simmer for 10 to 15 minutes. Do not boil.  Preheat oven to 375 degrees.  Drain chestnuts.  Place on an ungreased cookie sheet then bake for 14 to 16 minutes.  Chestnuts will plump as they simmer, and the slash will open during baking making it easy to peel and…

Chestnuts, roasted to perfection! With a serrated knife blade, cut a slash across the side opposite the eye of the chestnut. Place in a pan of lightly salted, hot water (enough to cover all chestnuts in pan with water), cover and simmer for 10 to 15 minutes. Do not boil. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Drain chestnuts. Place on an ungreased cookie sheet then bake for 14 to 16 minutes. Chestnuts will plump as they simmer, and the slash will open during baking making it easy to peel and…

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