The winner of five best cookbook awards (Tastemaker, James Beard, IACP) and a member of the James Beard Cookbook Hall of Fame, Jean Anderson writes for Bon Appétit, Food & Wine, Cottage Living, Gourmet, More, and other national publications. She lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
I've personally used several of the recipes, and they are authentic, yummy, and easy to follow.
She not only provides clear, concise recipes, but even better, she explains the history of the cuisine, wine and culture of the country as well.
I pulled off a few good meals and loved reading about the country and the Portuguese way of life.
Last year purchased for my sister and brother as a Christmas gift. Our parents moved from Portugal to California in 1968. Read morePublished 11 hours ago by maria borges
This is a great book! Traditional tastes of Portugal that I remember from my many stops there. Every cook should have this book!Published 3 months ago by Mac Talbert
Great item with lot of information regarding Portugal traditions and gastronomy.
Excellent condition and lots of recipes to enjoy in standard measures (pounds and ounces).
Anderson's book is more than a cookbook. Her essays sprinkled into the recipes are as tasty as the recipes she leads you through, step by step. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Elizabeth Varadan
Being from Portugal myself, I find the recepies very authentic. As well as recepies from diferent zones of the country. Great workPublished 20 months ago by Maria Mollicone
My Parents are off the boat from Portugal. I used to go every year when i was in school. These are authentic recipes. My mom even likes to look at it for non-metric measurements.Published on October 14, 2010 by C. Pereira
I am an American who has been living in Lisbon for over a year now with my Portuguese husband. I can tell you, this book really does collect the most common, tasty, everyday... Read morePublished on April 30, 2010 by Jenopolis
Easy to read and make these recipes. Delicious food, you'll love the taste of Portugal and will want to go there to experience itPublished on March 9, 2010 by Sanni M. Slabbert