Not Portuguese? Not a problem. It won't lessen your appreciation for these little lovelies with the shatteringly crisp pastry cradling ridiculously creamy custard.
This classic Portuguese dessert with its tender crumb and citrus smack tastes as stunning as it looks. Swear.
David tells the tale of the two drama-ridden dressings he grew up with at his family's Portuguese Thanksgiving table.
Every Portuguese family has its own rendition of this classic, a pantry staple known as massa de pimentão. Here's how the Leite family makes it.
This tipsy tapa of Portuguese descent is intended as just a single bite, though we found it impossible to stop at just one.
Clams, spicy sausage, onions, tomatoes, garlic, and aromatics meld in a Portuguese cataplana, a sorta precursor of the pressure cooker
Known as maionese de leite in Portuguese, milk mayonnaise--you heard us--is an incredibly creamy, eggless emulsion held together by oil, milk (natch), and a lotta love.
We think these conversation-starting cookies defy the laws of physics. We think you'll agree when you experience what big flavors they flaunt for something so thin.
For this dip, green olives are stirred into an eggless 'mayonnaise' made with milk, oil, anchovies, garlic, and white pepper. A tasty Portuguese olive dip.
Dense, rich, and flourless, this cake is a favorite among the Portuguese. It takes its unforgettable taste from almonds, lemon zest, cinnamon, and vanilla.
Known as Açorda de Mariscos in Portugal, this robust "soup" of shrimp, bread, and rice is quite the satiating meal in a bowl.
Guess which recipe David begged to have for a late Sunday night supper after the Ed Sullivan show? (Hint: This one.)
Pork and clams, a classic Portuguese combination, are paired with tomatoes, garlic, herbs, and a pinch of crushed pepper. For a twist, bone-in pork loin is used.