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    Photos of food we ate in Portugal

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    Mia #3
    Thu Oct 30, 2008 11:24 am
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    icon_eek.gif Hi! did you know there is more than over 200
    receipes for bacalhau. I didn't realize so many people
    enjoyed this fish. When I was living in Canada all of our
    friends always complainded over the smell, and refused
    to even taste the fish, except for one really goog friend.
    He just loved everything that was Portuguese. In the
    near future I will be posting some Bacalhau receipes, that
    I'm sure you will enjoy. Along with other Portuguese
    receipes.
    My-3-Chefs Host
    Thu Oct 30, 2008 4:10 pm
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    Mia #3 wrote:
    icon_eek.gif Hi! did you know there is more than over 200
    receipes for bacalhau. I didn't realize so many people
    enjoyed this fish. When I was living in Canada all of our
    friends always complainded over the smell, and refused
    to even taste the fish, except for one really goog friend.
    He just loved everything that was Portuguese. In the
    near future I will be posting some Bacalhau receipes, that
    I'm sure you will enjoy. Along with other Portuguese
    receipes.


    There's a very well known Portuguese saying that there are 365 bacalhau recipes.. one for each and every day of the year ! In fact I have just made and enjoyed today :

    Bacalhau Quinta do Cruzeiro

    and will be posting the recipe soonest ! Your friends have no clue what a treat they are missing out on!
    I have this recipe in Portuguese and am fine tuning the english translation with the help of DH (who's at his Portuguese class as I type) and a Portuguese friend.

    oops, edited to add that this is Kiwidutch, with my My-3-Chefs hat on LOL
    kiwidutch
    Sat Nov 01, 2008 5:44 pm
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    ...about the Bacalhau Quinta do Cruzeiro recipe...

    we realised when DH's translation was checked over that it could be made with both salt cod, or with fresh.. well it was a total hit with salt cod so we are making it again with fresh next week so that we can compare the difference that it makes ( if any).
    Portugal keeps some seriously good eating verrrrry quiet icon_wink.gif
    dihujo
    Tue Dec 16, 2008 4:34 pm
    Semi-Experienced "Sous Chef" Poster
    I like mine like this.

    Slice onion to cover a baking tray place the cod skin side up on the onion, chop garlic and sprinkle over onion and cod. Peel and chop potatoes into small cubes place round cod, season with salt (only on the potatoes) and pepper, pour olive oil over cod and potatoes until about 1cm on bottom of baking tray. Cook at about 180C until potatoes are golden and cooked through serve with a green salad.

    Sorry no amounts or times but I do it by eye!! icon_lol.gif
    kiwidutch
    Wed Dec 17, 2008 12:38 am
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    dihujo wrote:
    I like mine like this.

    Slice onion to cover a baking tray place the cod skin side up on the onion, chop garlic and sprinkle over onion and cod. Peel and chop potatoes into small cubes place round cod, season with salt (only on the potatoes) and pepper, pour olive oil over cod and potatoes until about 1cm on bottom of baking tray. Cook at about 180C until potatoes are golden and cooked through serve with a green salad.

    Sorry no amounts or times but I do it by eye!! icon_lol.gif


    dihujo,

    Next time when you make this could you maybe take notes of the amounts and times and then could you post this as a Zaar recipe please ?

    then I could add it to my list of cod recipes to make...
    ...it sounds wonderful !
    Irmgard
    Thu Mar 26, 2009 11:18 am
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    I decided to check out this thread as I will be travelling in Spain and Portugal this coming summer. Many of our dinners are included in the price of our tour but in Lisbon, we will be on our own as far as getting an evening meal. Perhaps you can suggest some good restaurants that are casual and not too expensive. We will be staying downtown at the Lisbon Marriott. icon_cool.gif
    Gezzi
    Sun May 31, 2009 9:20 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I like your photos. Good food in portugal.

    I am looking for a site that you can post photos of what you just ate from your cell. I foind one that is easy to use. You email the photo of what you just ate from your cell phone. It's not a great site though and you can only use one photo

    Any other sites like this?
    Gezzi
    Wed Jun 03, 2009 9:45 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Anyone think of a good site for me? JustAte.com not working well at all now icon_sad.gif

    Anyone else take photos of what they eat? every day or just on vacation? Or is it just me that is obsessed?
    Aussie Stu
    Sat Jun 06, 2009 3:02 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I have been lurking the forum for a while now and thought I should make a contribution.

    Couple of photos from my trip to the best country in Europe last July.

    This is a platter from our first lunch in Lisbon (90 euro, be wary of shell fish in Portugal, they charge by the kilo) but it was good


    Pasteis de Belem, Need I say more.......
    Mia #3
    Fri Jun 12, 2009 3:14 pm
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    icon_biggrin.gif Great photos you have here, I do agree with you though, seafood platter here in Portugal is very expensive, thats why I like to go to the fish markedt and buy it fresh, then cook it at home. If you go into Spain seafood there is a bit cheaper than here in Portugal, and that is their speciality. I live right across the border from Spain. So its great for me. icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif
    AskCy
    Fri Jun 12, 2009 4:25 pm
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    "another meal of grilled fish with salt on the skin" that looks like Sea Bream to me !

    Great photos.... long time since we went to Portugal and unfortunately we were on an all inclusive holiday with our young children (in Tavira near the Spanish border, tiny fishing village it was back then)... We had Piri-Piri chicken and bbq'd sardines.. apart from that very little that stood out as real Portuguese cuisine ! icon_sad.gif
    Mia #3
    Mon Jun 15, 2009 5:25 am
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    icon_cry.gif Ohhh my, then you really had bad luck, we have such a large of variety food to pick from. Each region has its own speciality, B.Q. Chicken is not one of them believe me, the sardines yes, but there is sooo.... much more. Never hesitate to ask what is the speciality of the area you are visiting. In most cases people are more than willing to inform you, for we take GREAT pride in our cuisine. icon_wink.gif icon_wink.gif
    Aussie Stu
    Mon Jun 15, 2009 8:44 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Mia
    If I read your post correctly are you saying that BBQ chicken is not that good?
    I am sorry but I have to disagree with you (in the most polite way), we found an absolutely delightful Frango restaurant when staying with family in Lagos.
    The Seafood though was amazing though.
    Mia #3
    Mon Jun 15, 2009 11:33 am
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    icon_redface.gif I'm so sorry if I gave you the wrong impression icon_exclaim.gif By NO means did I say it wasn't good, just that it isn't a speciality of the Portuguese cuisine. I'm sure the Frango assado that you had was just lovely, I have it myself every
    once in awhile when I'm just not in the mood for cooking. icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif I do that you understand what I was
    trying to say, I hope that I expressed myself properly. icon_rolleyes.gif Thank you for getting things cleared up. icon_wink.gif
    French Tart
    Tue Jun 16, 2009 6:19 am
    Forum Host
    Aussie Stu wrote:
    I have been lurking the forum for a while now and thought I should make a contribution.

    Couple of photos from my trip to the best country in Europe last July.

    This is a platter from our first lunch in Lisbon (90 euro, be wary of shell fish in Portugal, they charge by the kilo) but it was good


    Pasteis de Belem, Need I say more.......


    WELCOME Aussie Stu! wave.gif

    GORGEOUS photos, and a bit cruel, as it is 12:16 in France and I am ready to eat!!! rotfl.gif

    I LOVE your fish platter - 90 though!!!!!!!!!! icon_eek.gif icon_eek.gif icon_eek.gif icon_eek.gif In France where I live, 90 would feed 4 people with an assiette de fruits de mer!! OMG! That is EXPENSIVE! Looks great however!

    Anymore photos?

    FT icon_biggrin.gif icon_biggrin.gif
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