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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote TasunkaWitko Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 August 2016 at 11:45
Awesome, Melissa! Span/Portugal was the first FOTW book that I read, and is still my favourite! Clap

Now, let's see some cookin'! Thumbs Up
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:) I have a friend who's been to Portugal. Maybe she can suggest a favorite dish.

It's been too hot to cook here for a few days, so I've just been reading cookbooks.
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I found the Scandinavia book!

My mom says she had the whole set once (inherited it), but gave it away. :(
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Ron,

Portugual is my neighbor and I have been to Lisbon several times ( 1 / 2 hour flight via Tap Air or Iberia Airlines ) ..

I have several books on a wide variety of Portuguese regions ..   Is there something specific that you are looking for  ?

365 Days a year promoted by the Tourist Office, with 365 Cod Fish Dishes !!  

The Squid is amazing and so are the hugh red prawns amongst other sea adventures ..

However, the cuisine in the North has alot of  similarities  to Galician Rias Biaxas Cuisine and the Duero which is red wine country near Salamanca,  is quite similar to this western border región of Spain.

The southern coastal área Algarve,  is similar in cuisine to Cadíz and Huelva on the southern Atlantic .. 

I had bought a few books at the International  Book fair last year in Lisbon.  They speak English and Spanish very well ..  

If you send me an email or message via F.B., I can scan a few récipes for you.

Have a lovely weekend .. 






 

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