livro eat portugal (em ingles) de celia pedroso e lucy pepper
O turismo continua em pleno crescimento em Portugal; A comida portuguesa desperta a curiosidade dos turistas.ver mais
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O turismo continua em pleno crescimento em Portugal; A comida portuguesa desperta a curiosidade dos turistas.
- Um guia para ajudar os turistas a descobrir a culinária portuguesa e a saber o que pedir nos restaurantes portugueses. Inclui receitas de pratos típicos, um glossário e um dicionário, além de uma lista de restaurantes em Lisboa, Porto e Algarve. Deciding what to eat can be hard if you don't speak the language, don't understand the menus and can't ask questions. It' s usually easier to opt for the simple option of something grilled with salad and chips, than risk trying something else that might turn out to be some bit of offal you really can't stomach. In tourist areas, like the Algarve or the city centre of Lisbon, you will find some translated menus, but the translations are often slightly off or comically wrong. While this is amusing at first, it can soon become just plain irritating. That is why we have written this guide; to help you understand what is on the menu and maybe encourage you to try something that you might love, maybe migas or jaquinzinhos or baba de camelo." It includes recipes, a dict ionary, a glossary and a guide to restaurants in Lisbon, Porto and Algarve.
- 208x23,50x16,80 cm
- CAPA MOLE
Nº de páginas
- LUA DE PAPEL
- CÉLIA PEDROSO
Sobre o Autor
- LUCY PEPPER is a British writer and illustrator who has lived in Portugal since 1999 with her Portuguese family. Her first cookery book was O Livro das Receitas Nojentas (2006), a children's book of nasty looking things to eat. Her latest book, Como Não M orrer de Fome em Portugal (2016), is about living and eating in Portugal. Lucy is a bilingual columnist in the newspaper Observador. CÉLIA PEDROSO is a Portuguese journalist and author. Her work has appeared in many national newspapers and magazines as w ell as international media, such as the Guardian, DestinAsian, and FoodieHub. In 2010 she co-authored the biography of Adelino Amaro da Costa and in 2014 she wrote Portugal entries for the book "1001 Restaurants You Must Experience Before You Die". She is the Lisbon Bureau Chief of Culinary Backstreets. Both Lucy and Célia are fanatical about eating.
LIVRO EAT PORTUGAL (EM INGLES) DE CELIA PEDROSO E LUCY PEPPER
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