Tag Archives: charise

recipe: porto chili de bacalhau

There is almost nothing authentic about this recipe, it’s not chili like El Tazon de Rojo con Carne, nor is it a truly Portuguese / Iberian type recipe either, but for me it fits in nicely to the overall chili … Continue reading

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recipe: frango português e arroz a avó

There are not many recipes that were handed directly down to me from my parents or grandparents. Some were never written down. Some where and changed too much over the years as different ingredients were available. Some we all agree … Continue reading

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recipe: caldo verde

Today was the first “real” snow we had this year. After so many days in the 60s lately, it was actually a little bit of a surprise to see those heavy, wet, white flakes falling from the sky and beginning … Continue reading

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recipe: stuporbowl faves

Normally, when you see the typical Super Bowl grub it is predictable finger foods that truly reflect the breath of diversity of culinary impressions that make up the breath of the American melting pot. For me, the Superbowl has always … Continue reading

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Recipe: Portu-American Charise-Saffron Rice

It’s probably true that most people cook that which they know best and derive recipes that originate from their youth which probably includes a lot of Americanized cultural references. For me, I grew up with intersperced elements of Iberian, specifically … Continue reading

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