Portuguese Cook Books

LaSalette Cook Book – Cozinha Nova Portuguesa

This substantial 12 by 10 inch book contains 360 pages and at least as many mouth-watering photographs,a multitude of inspiring and historical segments,

and of course over 270 recipes presented through complete dishes in seasonal chapters

The LaSalette Cookbook is a finalist in the prestigious Gourmand World Cookbooks Awards to be presented at the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris February 23, 2013.

The LaSalette Cookbook is among five vying for the “Best in the World” Mediterranean Cuisine Book.



The New Portuguese Table by David Leite

Winner! of the International Association of Culinary Professionals / Julia Child – First Book Award.



Bon Appétit Three-time James Beard Award winner Leite has written a foodie love letter to a European nation.

The culinary profile of the 13 historic provinces, along with a shopping guide to the Portuguese pantry, are great,but the real payoff is the 130-plus recipes that range

from the veggie-rich caldo verde to such new classics as scrambled eggs with asparagus and fresh cod.—Dana Dickey


Portuguese Homestyle Cooking bye Ana Patuleia Ortins

Portuguese Homestyle Cooking by Ana Patuleia Ortins


“Learn more about Portuguese cooking with the book Portuguese Homestyle Cooking.

The recipes included exemplify the heartwarming, soul-comforting food prepared and enjoyed in Portuguese homes.”




Congratulations to Author, Maria Lawton on publishing her new cook book!



The Food of Portugal by Jean Anderson

“Jean Anderson is probably the food world’s greatest authority on Portuguese cooking, having made 54 trips there in the past 25 years.

This fascinating and beautiful book (also photographed by the author) is the culmination of 10 years of research and testing.

It is a valuable contribution to the realm of ethnic food.” The Pleasures of Cooking

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1 Response

  1. Rupert Kirby says:

    “The New Portuguese Table” is one of my most thumbed cookbooks.
    Bearly a day goes by without me redferring to it.Anyone interested in Portuguese Cusine should own a copy of This David Leite classic.

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