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    All of there recipes contain PORT in some measure... sometimes large, sometimes small, there's sure to be exactly the right amount of port to suit your tastes
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    Lovely pineapples grow in the Azores and Port IS from Portugal, so no surprise that this is a classic Protugese dessert, tho not nearly as rich as most. From Jean Anderson's "The Food of Portugal"

    Recipe #186041

    Recipe #3714

    This is a rich and sweet cranberry sauce. Great for the holidays. It is flavored with orange, but has no bitter orange peel, unlike traditional cranberry-orange relish. The port adds substantial complexity to the background.

    Recipe #4929

    This unique and delicious cranberry sauce can be prepared up to 1 week ahead. Cover and keep refrigerated.

    Recipe #7159

    This is one of the Zaar recipes that I adopted. I hope to make this soon and will post any modifications that I make to the recipe.

    Recipe #8355

    Said to settle both the stomach and the mind.

    Recipe #8836

    This is a recipe that has both sweet and sour components. a very complicated flavour that everyone should experience.

    Recipe #9380

    Try to leave this for 2 months to age-great tart filling or served warm with whipped cream.

    Recipe #9938

    16 Reviews |  By Derf

    Company stew but the family loves it too, like all stews it is even better the next day, can be refrigerated and reheated. Serve with a light salad and soft rolls to sop up the gravy.

    Recipe #12061

    Recipe #12113

    7 Reviews |  By Derf

    Like I said it's been 10 years since I did this recipe, but I remember them as being excellent. Both the family and company liked them. If you have a "tough old buck", marinate them overnight in port wine or any good red wine.

    Recipe #12340

    Great for the holidays!

    Recipe #12828

    Here's a nice stuffing for Fillet of Beef. You can use Hazelnuts if you like.

    Recipe #16041

    2 Reviews |  By Dib's

    I like this dish with wild rice and a tossed salad with chopped apples and mandarine oranges.

    Recipe #16801

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