I Spent Months in the Parts of Lisbon the Government Tries to Hide
Intendente is one of the trendiest neighbourhoods in Lisbon. But far away from the tourists, another reality exists.
10 Questions You Always Wanted to Ask a Medium
"After the spirit left my body, my tutor told me that the spirit was Albert Einstein himself, and that he had spoken through me for seven to ten minutes straight."
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This Guy Tried to Smuggle Cocaine in a Fake Butt, Cops Say
They spotted him waddling around Lisbon's airport in the coke booty shorts.
How the Catholic Inquisition was Outsmarted by a Sausage
Alheira da Mirandela, a sausage made with shredded chicken and breadcrumbs, is credited with helping huge numbers of Jews in Northern Portugal evade capture during the 1500s.
From Gizzards to Custard Tarts: Exploring London’s Portuguese Food Scene
Is London in the midst of a Portuguese food revolution? I debated with chef Leandro Carreira over tinned octopus, sausage croquettes, and endless pastéis de nata.
Toronto's Secret Sandwich Is a Mountain of Meat, Cheese, and Mystery Sauce
At Toronto's Kapital Restaurant & Grill, only one person knows how to make the secret sauce that covers a steak, ham, sausage, egg, and cheese sandwich.
This Tiny Town in Portugal Is Obsessed with Penis Cakes
Women wearing checked tabards offer me cakes in every shape and size, from foot-long phallic feasts to little plastic bags of “fun size” pastry penises.
Photos of Galicians Fighting Deadly Wildfires Together
Hurricane Ophelia fuels wildfires across Spain and Portugal, which have killed at least 32 people.
Portugal Forest Fires
How Survivors of Portugal's Deadliest Fire in Decades Saw Their Lives Turn to Ash
Dozens of people died in a fire that lasted for five days and destroyed an area the size of 30,000 football pitches.
Macau's Cuisine Is an Oral Tradition
Macau is place where many different cultures came together and shared their languages, food, and traditions. A lot of people think that Macau is just Portuguese plus Chinese, but it’s not.
Vinhão Is the Blood-Coloured Bastard of Vinho Verde
Few people outside of Portugal have heard of red vinho verde, largely made with the vinhão grape, which produces a dark, mouth-puckering, and sometimes challenging wine that's often made and consumed at home.
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