Cooking Portugal goes into to the Portuguese culture and the relationship with food and wines. You will find information about major cities, villages, and places to visit while you visit our country.
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Cooking Portugal shares the best Cooking Classes, Market Tours, Walking Food Tours, Wine Tours, among many other experiences you might find in Portugal.
Clerics Tower in Porto has more than 250 years of history and it is possible to see the outside from different perspectives of the city.
Harvest 2021 Season is on! All country is harvesting the vines in a year that promises better results than 2020 harvest season.
Rosé Wine Style will be from special grapes? Will the grapes be pinky? Is there a special way to produce Rosé wine? These are perhaps some of the questions you may have and we will try to answer them.
Visit Setúbal? Discover the Fort of São Filipe. Fantastic views over the city center, tróia península, and the Atlantic Ocean.
Cooking Portugal recipes is a category on our website that we share some of the most Portuguese traditional recipes. Most of them you will be able to cook it at home if you dont have time during your vacations to make cooking classes, market tour with cooking class or a pastry class. Enjoy.
Market Tour in Portugal is a journey to the world of senses, discovering the Portuguese ingredients in the market stalls. You will be able to engage with locals, making questions, and always with a professional chef with you to visit the local market.
Pica Pau is a Portuguese petisco based on meat. It is possible to feature pork or beef (or even a mix of both) and as a delicious sauce, which is usually based on beer.
Octopus salad is wonderful and you will get the amazing flavor of the Atlantic. Portugal has more than 900 km of coastline and a fishing area more than 50x bigger than inland.