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.
Codfish Fritters is perhaps one of the most famous petiscos (Portuguese word for tapas) and it is based on the most famous fish for locals, codfish ( besides sardines).
Portuguese Olive Oil is the slightly thick aroma, greenish-yellow or golden in color, sweeter or spicy, bitter, fruity, and intense or mild.
Order a beer or a craft beer with a small plate of lupins to snack. You will love to chill out, relax and enjoy the sights and tastes of the lupins.
Searching for cooking classes in Lisbon? Here you will find the best options in the Portuguese capital.
The initiative developed in 2003 by the Great Wine Capitals Global Network – International Network of Capitals of Great Vineyards.
Three cooking classes in Portugal is what we will explain you in short descriptions, from all the services available in Portugal.
Portuguese sardines? Grilled? Festivities? Canned? Some of the questions you will find in this article.
4th to 13th June 2021, Setúbal, the Cuttlefish Gastronomic Festival will share the pleasure of this delicious dish. Ask for advice for the perfect food and wine pairing.
Portuguese gastronomy is much more than Peri-Peri-Chicken. Even we love the food spicy, by default we don't use it on the main dishes. However, it is possible to add a little bit.
The Portuguese love to snack, due to the variety of local products & appreciation for the local food. Lunch is the most important meal of the day in Portugal