Category: Portuguese cuisine

“Feliz Natal” or “Boas Festas” translates to “Merry Christmas” or “Happy Holidays”! The Holiday season in Portugal is celebrated as a time for family, of giving and sharing. Towns and homes are decorated with lights and with “Scenes of the Nativity”, or the Presépio which is the main focal point...

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Taste Portugal Book Signing in Fall River Herald Newspaper

Thank you to the Fall River Herald News for featuring my book signing in their newspaper today April 29th, 2015! I am blessed with such wonderful support from the community! Thank you! Read the full online article by Linda Murphy here: http://www.heraldnews.com/article/20150428/LIFESTYLE/150426603        

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Portuguese Muffins – Tia Maria’s Blog on SIC Portuguese TV

I appeared on Portuguese TV – SIC NOTICIA/SAPO on Tuesday June 10, Portugal day. The news piece featured Portuguese Sweet Muffins – Bolos Levados from the Portuguese company 3mealmuffin company of Fall River. Mr. Lopes sent my family his delicious muffins and I can tell you, they were simply delicious!...

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Bacalhau de Trás-os-Montes by Oceana Restaurant NYC

To showcase the incredible versatility of Portuguese wines with food, Wines of Portugal is launching an exciting new culinary-focused program in the United States this April. The program, known as “10 Chefs / 10 Wineries,” will match ten Portuguese wineries with ten of America’s top chefs, culminating in an online...

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Bolo Rei – Kings Cake

Bolo Rei is Portugal’s king of cakes. It’s traditionally eaten throughout the Christmas season, but mostly on January 6 which is known as King’s day. The date is when the three kings arrived in Jerusalem to greet the newborn baby Jesus. The legend is that the three kings were disputing...

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A Portuguese Christmas

Christmas Tree in Lisbon “Feliz Natal” or “Boas Festas” translates to “Merry Christmas” or “Happy Holidays”! The Holiday season in Portugal is celebrated as a time for family, of giving and sharing. Towns and homes are decorated with lights and with “Scenes of the Nativity”, or the Presépio which is...