Pão de Deus - God´s bread, A brioche with coconut topping toasted in the oven. It's considered delicacy in Portugal. The most popular way to eat it is with a slice of cheese or ham or both. (recipe in Portuguese and English)
Star Blanket ~ Hexagon-based stars worked as one piece make the construction of this blanket interesting. Step-by-step photo tutorial for star. Site is in Portuguese, Google translate is helpful (& somewhat amusing :-) #crochet #afghan #throw
Portuguese Rice Cupcakes, known as Bolos de Arroz in Portuguese, are absolutely my favorite Portuguese sweet. Whenever I go to a Portuguese bakery this is the first thing I get to enjoy with some tea or coffee, and it is truly an amazing and unique sweet. These are one of the most traditional little treats in Portuguese baking and are the favorites of many all over.
Chilli and Lime Chicken Skewers - Meaning 'small chicken skewers' in Portuguese, these espetinhos de frango from Marcello Tully are a prime example of how easy it is to cook delicious Brazilian flavours at home. With zesty lime, fragrant coriander and a little fiery chilli, these chicken skewers are perfect for a summer barbecue.