Portugal is not a country universally known for its cooking, and travellers often make the mistake of lumping its cuisine in with that of Spain. However, the etymology of Portuguese food is found in a more laidback, less fiery culture.
The ingredients that characterise Portuguese dishes reflect the country's geography. With its long coastline and rolling hills, many of the staple dishes feature fish.
Although the climate produces vast quantities of fruit and vegetables, most...
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