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Convento de Cristo, Tomar, Portugal

Convento de Cristo, Tomar, Portugal

Águeda , Portugal.  *I long to see you, to touch your beautiful colors, to feel your warm sun on my skin...one day, I will be there.*

Street art in Águeda , Portugal. *I long to see you, to touch your beautiful colors, to feel your warm sun on my skin.one day, I will be there.

Wine bucket list!! Douro River, Portugal.. To pay my respects to the people who built the walls in the name of Port! And.. Drink lots of wine

Douro river banks with traditional wineyard crops Premium wines delivered to your door. Get wine.

Obidos, Portugal    A cute little village in Portugal with plenty of boutique shops, cafes and people selling their local artwork.  I bought some artwork here which I carried around with great care all over Europe before returning to the UK.  It was still worth it, I don't care what anyone else said about me being a crazy backpacker!!

Obidos, Portugal -- Each July Óbidos castle hosts a traditional Medieval Market…

How to make Portuguese fried pumpkin dreams (sonhos de abobora).

Portuguese Fried Pumpkin Dreams

Fried Pumpkin Cakes (Filhós de Abóbora) - **not sure if there's enuff flour vs wet ingredients, they state u can use can pumpkin totaling 4 cups**

Tomar | Portugal

Tomar and its convent: Portugal’s largest and most valuable Renaissance work is in the home town of the Knights Templar – the Convento de Cristo.

No where else can make a sweet bread loaf like my hometown of Fall River, MA. It is a traditional recipe that is known to be brought over from the immigrants of São Miguel. This bread is most popular at Easter, but enjoyed year round. I like to have mine for breakfast with a little butter added on it. But, it is also served for dessert. This recipe is adapted from my local paper for "Easter sweet bread". For the holidays, a boiled egg is placed in the center of the loaf. I remember as

Portuguese Sweet Bread (Massa Sovada)

No where else can make a sweet bread loaf like my hometown of Fall River, MA. It is a traditional recipe that is known to be brought over from the immigrants of São Miguel. This bread is most popular at Easter, but enjoyed year round.

Janela do Capitulo, Convento de Cristo, Portugal by jraposo3072, via Flickr

Janela do Capitulo, Convento de Cristo, Portugal by jraposo3072, via Flickr

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Tomar, Portugal (Convento de Cristo in the background, at the top of the hill)

Festa dos Tabuleiros, Tomar, Portugal

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