Foods of The Camino

  • Sardines


    When the Portuguese talk about sardines, they generally don't mean those tiny skinned and boned creatures compressed into a minute…

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  • Padron Peppers

    Padron Peppers

    Padrón peppers (pementos de Padrón) are a variety of peppers from the municipality of Padrón in Galicia. They are a small…

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  • Caldo Verde

    Caldo Verde

    Caldo verde is Portuguese for "green broth". It is a popular soup in Portuguese cuisine. The basic traditional ingredients for caldo…

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  • Caldo Gallego

    Caldo Gallego

    Caldo gallego or simply caldo , literally means Galician broth. It is a traditional soup of Galicia very similar to…

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  • Torta de Santiago

    Torta de Santiago

    Torta de Santiago (in Galician) or Tarta de Santiago (in Spanish), literally meaning cake of St. James, is an almond…

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  • The Queimada Spectacle

    The Queimada Spectacle

    The queimada is widely believed to be a Celtic tradition passed down among generations, but it’s possible it was a…

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  • Port Wine

    Port Wine

    Port Wine is the major product of Porto.  It is grown and produced in the Douro valley just across the…

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  • The Delicacy Pulpo

    The Delicacy Pulpo

    Pulpo gallego is one of the most famous tapas dishes from Spain's northwestern region of Galicia, it features rounds of tender…

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