‘Port’ of history

Recipes for a taste of Portugal anytime.

August 25, 2016 16:27
4 minute read.
Coimbra farmers’ market

Shoppers persue fresh produce and foodstuffs at the Coimbra farmers’ market. (photo credit: AYA MASSIAS)


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Earlier this month a private, tailor-made tour organized by Yaya Food & Travel took us to the very north of Portugal, guiding a family from Florida with strong roots in the area.

We started in the Galicia region of northern Spain and drove down to Coimbra in Portugal, where our base for the six days of the tour was an amazing refurbished palace belonging to the small luxury hotel group Quinta das Lagrimas (www.quintadaslagrimas.pt). It’s in this beautiful hotel that we always have our own kosher kitchen with our own plates and cutlery supervised by Misha, our mashgiah from Lisbon.


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