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by Ana Patuleia Ortins

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ISBN:
1566563739
Author:
Ana Patuleia Ortins
Category:
Regional & International
Language:
English
Publisher:
Interlink Pub Group Inc (March 1, 2001)
Pages:
288 pages
EPUB book:
1783 kb
FB2 book:
1642 kb
DJVU:
1770 kb
Other formats
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Rating:
4.8
Votes:
479


Portuguese Homestyle Cooking is a beautiful book for those interested in Portuguese gastronomy.

Portuguese Homestyle Cooking is a beautiful book for those interested in Portuguese gastronomy. It is not only cooking with flavor but with love. - -Portuguese Times.

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Ana Patuleia Ortins was born and raised in Peabody, Massachusetts and her passion is to cook Portuguese food . Portuguese Homestyle Cooking. My first book gives an overview of centuries old cultural influences on Portugal’s cuisine

Ana Patuleia Ortins was born and raised in Peabody, Massachusetts and her passion is to cook Portuguese food, that’s why she is expert in Portuguese homestyle cooking. My first book gives an overview of centuries old cultural influences on Portugal’s cuisine.

Traditional Portuguese recipes combine a blend of flavors and techniques of many other cultures dating back centuries. When I asked the Author how she was influenced and why she decided to write a Portuguese cook book she responded; Like most Portuguese girls, growing up in America, I grew up with a vast influence of Portuguese culture from my family and other Portuguese friends. I had to learn to sew, crochet, cook and clean, etc, etc, etc.

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An intriguing introduction to the culinary traditions, lore, and techniques of Portuguese cookery presents a wide range of authentic recipes for dishes ranging from appetizers to desserts, along with a host of tip on cooking technques, ingredients, and more.
  • Wenes
My father was in the military stationed at Lajes Field Azores, and we really loved the food on that island. Im sure not all the recipes are exactly the same but its nice to have something close enough to bring some nostalgia back from such beautiful and wonderful memories. I really feel in love with the bread there so I bought this in hopes to master a certain type I loved. It didnt turn out as great as I hoped but I know that was due to me and not the recipe. The one bread recipe tried really made me have more appreciation for those who had made the bread on that island, because the recipe is a tedious one but I hope to one day master it because the result of making a replica of that awesome bread would be so worth it. I also am looking forward to trying other dishes as well. So happy I purchased this so that I can keep as close of great memory of my youth alive in my life.
  • Legionstatic
Great recipes and stories with each one! A lot of my grandma's recipes are in this book. And here I always thought she was full of it when she says "it's the Portuguese way".
  • Gavidor
All of my favorite portuguese dishes are represented in this book. Most portuguese women back in the day did not have recipes written down for common and uncommon dishes. They were simply passed down from mother to daughter through the generations. That is easily disrupted by modern life, especially in the U.S. We now have recipes that mirror the food I was brought up with.

My personal favorites are:

Alcatara

Masa Sovada - the BEST bread in the world

Caldo Verde - great soup!

Bacalao - a wonderfully different journey in fish that non-portuguese people would love and have tasted nothing like it.
  • Samuhn
I discovered this cookbook in my local library - loved it so much, I purchased a copy for myself. My mother was Portuguese, and these recipes help keep her memory alive for me.
  • Ynneig
A great reference and example of Portuguese Cuisine (or close to it!) you know your taste buds will fool you while reading the recipes! Delightful and sure easy to follow! Most enjoyable!
It should be on every food connoisseur's bookshelf and handy at all times!
  • Agarus
My husbands family, on his mother's side, is of Azorean/Portuguese descent. The recipes in this cookbook are so authentic, that we have now bought at least four copies to keep for ourselves and to share with relatives as far spread as Portland, Oregon (we are from the Boston area). My mother-in-law has raved about the majority of recipes and has had only minor criticisms of others (e.g. her mother's rice pudding was thicker). The pictures are wonderful and the actual recipes are clear and easy to follow. I highly recommend this book to actual Portuguese folks and also to the rest of us "wanna-bes".
  • SkroN
I bought this book as a Christmas gift and it has all of the classic Portuguese recipes that I was looking for. The recipes are clear and easy to follow. I'm going to purchase another book for myself and I cant wait to try the recipes!
Excellent book of Portuguese cooking.