bread

When I saw this saffron star bread I knew right away that I wanted to do something similar to share with you this Christmas. In this recipe, only the dough is similar. I kept the saffron, because it gives the most beautiful golden color to the dough, but I changed…

Among the many Easter bread traditions that are found all over Portugal, I especially like three: one from the northeast region of Trás-os-Montes, savory and proudly displaying the good sausages from that region; the one from the southern city of Olhão, rolled and stuffed with a lot of cinnamon and…

FallSavoryWinter

No-knead barley bread

by Paula

Homemade bread always reminds me of my paternal grandparents. Especially the aroma of bread baked in a wood-fired oven which remembers me of the heavy corn broas (a Portuguese type of artisan corn bread), which were the only kind of bread that was eaten at their home, a farm lost…

SweetWinter

Portuguese Christmas cake (“Bolo-rei”)

by Paula

We are entering the bustle of preparations for Christmas. Bolo-rei (literally “King Cake” in English) is a traditional Portuguese cake that is a staple dessert in any home between Christmas and January 6 (Epiphany or Three Kings’ Day). The base for the recipe came from France during the 19th century…

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