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Taste Portugal | 101 easy Portuguese recipes (Volume 1) Paperback – December 14, 2014
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About the Author
Maria Dias was born in Portugal and migrated to the United States as a young girl. She is a self-taught Cook/Blogger with over 25 years of experience in the food industry. Currently, she writes and prepares recipes for Tia Maria’s Blog and writes for Portuguesediner.com. Her 100 Portuguese recipes from Tia Maria’s Bog are currently available in Microsoft’s Food & Drink App for PC and Mobile devices. She has appeared on local a television station WWLP, TV cooking her recipes, and has been featured in various media outlets both in the United States and in Portugal. She has also written food articles in Western Mass Women’s Magazine and has also presented an online seminar “How to Start Your Own Food Blog” via the United States State Department in Brasilia Brazil. Lisa Dias prepares recipes, writes and is the photographer, Illustrator for Tia Maria's Blog and Portuguesediner.com Maria and Lisa reside in Western Massachusetts where they continue their commitment of promoting and preserving Portuguese cuisine for the next generation.
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Maria is an excellent cook - and more importantly, communicates that skill and passion quite adroitly. I am a first generation American and am a fair baker myself. I enjoy baking - Portugal has some very savory pastries - and while I have some recipes learned at Vavo's apron, I find Maria's to be quite authentic - and easy to follow.
I love her recipes and wholeheartedly endorse them as Vovó approved. Some of us can't make it to the Academic or Antonios. With this cookbook, you bring Fall River to your kitchen.