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Alheira or farinheira, two Portuguese sauseges.

During the tours I guide, we often talk about Portuguese cuisine and what to eat that is really unique in the country.
Naturally, among other delicacies, we talk about alheiras and farinheiras, two different sausages you can only find in Portugal. We talk about their origins, differences, and ways to eat them.

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Cod or codfish in Portugal

Codfish, or simply cod, is a significant icon of Portuguese gastronomy. Why? Which cod dishes are the most popular? Why do the Portuguese consume so much cod, and how did it all start?

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Corvo Island, Azores, Portugal

Corvo Island, Azores, Portugal

Corvo, considered by UNESCO to be a World Biosphere Reserve, forms, together with the island of Flores, the Western Group of the Azores archipelago. Its origins are volcanic, and it is the smallest of the nine islands, with an area of only 17.1km2.

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