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pcssousa

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  • 15 de Setembro de 2014, 19:10
listen to the heart and soul of Portugal, Carlos Paredes and his Portuguese Guitar (in fact, he played a Coimbra Guitar, wich is similar but has some light differences in sonority).



Beautiful music. Very relaxing. Tell me what you of this:



I love the bouzouki. Reminds of the mandolin, wich I also love, but "sweeter".
« Última modificação: 15 de Setembro de 2014, 19:23 por pcssousa »

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  • 15 de Setembro de 2014, 19:10
The Cozido looks very healthy.

It's not healthy but it's fucking good, and if done properly you won't need to eat for the rest of the day

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  • 15 de Setembro de 2014, 19:11
I need the help of google translate on this one.

On the left is breaded pork. Those 4 smaller things are called codfish cakes. I assume that's what you called breaded cod fish  O0
Fresch cheese, morcela, hake fillets.
But the best is this:


That rice is too die for.

Thanks for the explanation, it seems that is some blood sausage at the top.  I thought the pork was cod because that is how we eat cod here in the UK:


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  • 15 de Setembro de 2014, 19:12
That looks nasty  :buck2:

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  • 15 de Setembro de 2014, 19:15
Blood sausage is what we call Morcela.

But we also have breaded fish in Portugal, its just not as popular.

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  • 15 de Setembro de 2014, 19:23


If you ask me, no trip to Portugal is complete without some of this. We have some of the best seafood in the world (foreigners say it).

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  • 15 de Setembro de 2014, 19:26
This is what I heard also... you want to eat fish in Europe, the Portuguese do it very very well.

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  • 15 de Setembro de 2014, 19:27
Odeio marisco  :estrelas:

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  • 15 de Setembro de 2014, 19:29
That looks nasty  :buck2:

It is. The chips are ok if you cover them with vinegar and salt.

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  • 15 de Setembro de 2014, 19:34
Odeio marisco  :estrelas:
Eu só curto mesmo camarão, o resto dispenso.

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  • 15 de Setembro de 2014, 20:47
Time for Porto's and Portugal's most famous sandwich, the francesinha.



It's just bread with cheese and verious kinds of smoked meat/sausages, but it tastes delicious. The magic, as always, is in the sauce.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francesinha

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  • 15 de Setembro de 2014, 20:48

Como é que ainda não apareceu um pastel of nate?

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  • 15 de Setembro de 2014, 20:52


We are also big fans of these. Sardines :drool: :clap1: :smitten:

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  • 15 de Setembro de 2014, 20:53

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  • 15 de Setembro de 2014, 20:55