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Food and Drink in the Algarve

14/06/2014
My golfing girlfriends and I had purchased two apartments on our last visit to the Algarve. Who says dreams don’t come true?
24/05/2014
Did you know that the Portuguese introduced chillies to India and discovered PiriPiri in Africa? Many national dishes of India, Japan, China and Brazil carry the flavours of Portugal...
10/05/2014
Make a date for lunch and help support some of the many animals in need in the Algarve...
24/04/2014
   If you enjoy the unusual and the unexpected, you won’t be disappointed when you visit the Quinta dos Vales Experience and Event Centre...
15/04/2014
Algarve salt is the cream of the crop. Read our blog and you might see this condiment in a different light the next time you shake a little on your chips...
13/02/2014
This blog may be short and sweet, but you’re guaranteed plenty of time to indulge yourself over 3 chocolate filled days at the Loulé Chocolate Fair...
12/02/2014
Most of us know that honey ranks high on the nutritional value scale. But did you know that bees are an endangered species?  And did you realise just how much work goes into bringing honey to our tables?...
07/01/2014
Not to be confused with Spanish Chorizo, the Portuguese Chouriço has a very different flavour and can be used in a variety of dishes. Find out how you can celebrate Chouriço in all its forms at the Querença Chouriço festival on 19th January…
22/12/2013
Brain and pig’s trottersmay be off the Carte du Jour for some Europeans, but the Portuguese still enjoy cooking hearty meals using ingredients which disappeared from menus in other countries long ago. But don’t decry it until you’ve tried it! Nothing can beat a good old steaming dish of Algarvean stew made with beans, spices and a few of the now less common cuts of pork...
21/12/2013
Most of us like to make a Song and Dance about Christmas and there's no getting away from it - organising your family and buying and wrapping presents, decorating the house, shopping for food and cooking and preparing it all can be fun but can also be a lot of work and stress. For those who want to minimise the stress and maximise the fun this year, check out the places...

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