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  • Mercado do Bolhão is Porto's market, artists paint while you discover the culinary treats inside.
  • Aveiro is a great place to try developing a taste for that squirmy creature that's oh, so tasty, the eel.
  • You probably don’t have a clue about Tentúgal, Portugal, but it’s one of the most compelling town I’ve visited after over 40 years of visiting Europe. Tentúgal is famous for its incredible pastries called Pastel de Tentúgal. They’re not expensive, and you’ll wonder why when you see them make it in our video!

  • The Serpa Cheese fair runs on the 24, 25 and 26 February. There will be lots of demonstrations, including cheese making, sheering, and milking sheep. Of course, there will also be music—the festival ends with choral and traditional music of the region.

  • So what are the Seven Wonders of Portuguese cuisine? Believe me, there are far more than 7!

  • Review of the gourmet restaurant inside the historic Convento de Belmonte Pousada.

  • Visit the largest open air market in Portugal.