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    LuisMFernandes

    Member since Apr 2011

    Chef #1888102

    From Portugal

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    About Me

    I am not a Chef. I am just some one who enjoys cooking for family and friends. I have published the ebook "The simplest and delicious Portuguese recipes" (Smashwords), a book that intends to take you in a voyage through the amazing tastes and scents of the Portuguese Cuisine. The idea behind this book was to share the roots of a cuisine that is characterized by its simplicity and flexibility in combining the ingredients. In this book, you are not going to find sophisticated recipes. On the contrary, the recipes you will find here use ingredients that are part of the Mediterranean diet (which has become Immaterial Human Heritage by UNESCO, on November 16, 2010) and that can be cooked with simple techniques.
    Some of the dishes you will find in this book can be prepared in a single pot. The secret to enjoy the Portuguese cuisine is to use simple techniques (no complicated sauces or heavy creams) to preserve the distinctive flavors of the products used.

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