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The A to Z of Portuguese Food

Sausages - splendid, but make sure they're cooked
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The A to Z of Portuguese Food – Part 7

S is for Salsichas Salsichas (sausages) form an important part of the Portuguese diet. Varieties abound, from smoked sausages such as chouriço, which can be eaten sliced on their own or used to add flavour to any number of stews…

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The A to Z of Portuguese Food – Part 5

M is for mirtilo Mirtilo is Portuguese for blueberry. Blueberries have become something of a treat since we left the UK. At over €3.00 for a small handful, they’ve gone from something I used to eat regularly in England (stirred…

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