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Lisbon: Blessed Pastéis de Belém
Eat in Portugal

Lisbon: Blessed Pastéis de Belém

... And damn extra kilos that I already carry in my body: D Greetings to all from Lisbon. I think it's the first time I write on the blog during a trip, but this time it was worth it. Surely you remember the recipe that I gave you very recently of the Pastéis de Belém so well known in the world and that they are made from a secret recipe that has its origin in the nearby Jeronimos Monastery ... I just was there and tried the cakes and they are spectacular, and come on, I have to admit that they have nothing to do with those of the blog, but it must also be said that after trying a few of these cakes in several “trusted” Lisboetas - I have already made a long Bakery route through the city-, those of Belém are different from all the previous ones, much more crispy, delicious, toasted above, with a texture that makes them unique.

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Eat in Portugal

Lisbon: Blessed Pastéis de Belém

... And damn extra kilos that I already carry in my body: D Greetings to all from Lisbon. I think it's the first time I write on the blog during a trip, but this time it was worth it. Surely you remember the recipe that I gave you very recently of the Pastéis de Belém so well known in the world and that they are made from a secret recipe that has its origin in the nearby Jeronimos Monastery ... I just was there and tried the cakes and they are spectacular, and come on, I have to admit that they have nothing to do with those of the blog, but it must also be said that after trying a few of these cakes in several “trusted” Lisboetas - I have already made a long Bakery route through the city-, those of Belém are different from all the previous ones, much more crispy, delicious, toasted above, with a texture that makes them unique.
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Pão de Ló de Margaride, the authentic

Do we travel together to the 18th century? Guided by the smell that reaches the Plaza de la República de Felgueiras and on the first floor of a traditional Portuguese house, is the heart of one of Portugal's most famous sweets. An organized, clean office, with a long counter in dark gray marble, decorated wood and a weight like before.
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