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How to cook Portuguese food

Posted on Jul 15 2011

Eat Portugal - the essential guide to Portuguese foodLike many British expats living in Portugal, Lucy Pepper’s spouse is Portuguese. Living in Portugal for the past 12 years, Lucy has learned a lot about Portuguese cooking - so much so that she teamed up with aPortuguese friend to write a Portuguese recipe book for English speakers.

Eat Portugal - The Essential Guide to Portuguese Food, by Lucy Pepper and Célia Pedroso, offers 52 recipes and is a glossary and a dictionary too. This is an ideal book for English speakers who struggle to know the English equivalent of “canela” or “manjerico”, or the different types of fish and cuts of meat.

With great photos and an attractive design, the book will be not only a great addition to the expat’s bookshelf, but also a good excuse to try some of that unique Portuguese cuisine you have probably tried during your stay. The book is available in printed form or as an ebook from Mediabooks.

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