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There’s nothing traditional about eating rabbit at Easter but in my household it has always been a staple, usually on Good Friday. It probably started when my kids were young, with me telling them...

Pastelaria Arade, one of Portimão's oldest pastry shops, is making mouths water with its reinvention of a traditional Monchique recipe for Portugal’s folar Easter cake.

“Our folar is...

Conrad Algarve in Quinta do Lago enjoyed a full house on Friday, March 31 for the ‘Food Symphony’ event, which paired classical music and gourmet cuisine from five countries – Portugal, Italy,...

Travel publisher Lonely Planet has described the Alentejo as “one of the world’s great unsung culinary destinations”.

Writer Regis St Louis says the region is the “gastronomic soul of...

Prestigious French chef Gilles Stassart will present his take on Algarve cuisine at the closing event of Portimão’s gastronomic initiative ‘Fazer Render o Peixe’, taking place on Thursday, April...

Just a few weeks ago, when travelling long haul on BA in business class, I was praising the airline for what I consider to be a marked improvement in the quality of the food and wine served...

The provenance of the meat we buy is not something easy to control here in Portugal, especially when it comes to lamb. The most reliable source I have found is the small butcher and German sausage...

A delicacy for those in the know is the liver. Spread on thinly-sliced buttered toast, this is an authentic foie gras of the ocean.

In plentiful supply off Portugal’s coast, the red mullet...

Old school but delicious!

The duck we can buy at supermarkets here in Portugal is so cheap compared to prices in the UK and elsewhere, and mostly very good.

There are many ways to...

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