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Portuguese Pot Food — A Thing of the Poor or Rich With Strange Palates?

Changes in society have been changing the way we eat, and in Portugal, too, this has not been beneficial.

Feijoada de chocos, a dish often cooked by my dear husband. All photos taken by the author.

The typically Portuguese “tacho” (pot) food has been disappearing. And it’s not only the food; the healthier traditions of the Mediterranean diet that used to be found…

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Araci Almeida

Araci Almeida

9 Times Top Writer. Writing about Portugal and the Portuguese language; Pop Culture; Politics, and Power.