No complete meal exists in Portugal without a nutritious soup. On its 40th anniversary, Pingo Doce celebrates this delicacy with 8 recipes under the name of one of Portugal’s iconic soups: Juliana.
Photographer Luís Mileu explores the flavours and secrets behind the recipes of eight women in eight regions of Portugal. Guardians of a cherished tradition that must be preserved: the Mediterranean diet with a Portuguese twist.
What do they have in common, apart from being three types of bread typical from Poland, Portugal and Colombia?
Behind the magic hands of the Polish grandmother is a secret none will dare to unveil. What if her delicious consommé was store-bought? To celebrate the 3rd anniversary of our Polish soup factory, we invited chef Kuba Kuron to cook three beloved Biedronka recipes.
When Mother Nature, History and Gastronomy meet underneath the ground, the result is a unique flavour, seasoned with the taste of generations. As deep as a secret.
If we look at the shelves in the pantry we’ll find vinegar (rancid wine), wines (the older, the better and more expensive), whiskey and cheese: ageing improves taste.
We have begun rediscovering the advantages of forgotten varieties of food, such as spelt and emmer wheat and started using older fruit and vegetable varieties.
Colombian cuisine today is a culinary blend where the indigenous stove, the African stove and the Spanish stove have each brought preparation techniques, conservation systems, tools, utensils, beliefs and customs.
In the 18th century Queen Mary was on the throne of Portugal and the festivities for her acclamation culminated in a magnificent banquet. The full menu is unknown, but the record of expenses reveals that meat was the predominant item on the table.
Pulses take the center stage in three traditional recipes from Poland, Colombia and Portugal: Grochówka, Bandeja Paisa and Meia Desfeita.