Portuguese Pork and Clams (Porco Alentejana)

Portuguese Pork and Clams (Porco Alentejana)

Porco Alentejana (Pork and Clams) With clams from the sea and pork from the nearby mountains, it speaks to the landscape, and diet, of Portugal itself. Its garlicky broth pairs well with crusty bread and dry Portuguese wine. 4 pounds Clams2 pounds pork loin (boneless...
Portuguese Migas

Portuguese Migas

Portuguese Migas Migas "crumbs" in English is a dish traditionally made from stale bread and other ingredients in  Portuguese cuisine. Migas are very popular across the Iberian Peninsula. 12 oz old bread3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil½ cup yellow onions...
Sopa da Pedra (Portuguese Stone Soup)

Sopa da Pedra (Portuguese Stone Soup)

  Sopa da Pedra (Portuguese Stone Soup) Stone Soup is a Portuguese  folk story in which a hungry stranger convinces the people of a town to each share a small amount of their food in order to make a meal that begins with a stone in a pot. The story exists as a...
Traditional Caldo Verde Soup

Traditional Caldo Verde Soup

Traditional Caldo Verde Soup In 2011, Portugal held a nationwide contest to determine which local delicacies would be deemed “the 7 Wonders of Portuguese Cuisine.” Caldo Verde is one of the 7 Wonders of Portuguese Cuisine. 1 pound collard greens1 pound chourico...