Tag Archives: Portuguese

Linguica and Potatoes

While I may be half Italian and half Portuguese, when it comes to cooking, things don’t balance out quite so evenly. In fact, I can only think of a handful of dishes I ate growing up that came from my … Continue reading

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Chorizo con Huevos

Breakfast for dinner is always a great idea, I say. This dish–chorizo mixed with eggs and fried tortilla strips–I’ve made for dinner far more often than I have for breakfast. When the kids were younger, the everything-mixed-in-one-pan quality of this … Continue reading

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Caldo Verde, Two Ways

This soup has lots of history. I think I first made it while I was still an undergraduate– if not, shortly after graduating. The original recipe came from Madhur Jaffrey’s World of the East Vegetarian Cooking, the first cookbook I … Continue reading

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