In the web series Portugal Gourmand, you’ll be following Claudia Ferreira during her food-oriented trip around Portugal where she discovers the traditional harvesting methods of the most popular Portuguese ingredients.
On the menu: offshore fishing, black Iberian pig farming, fleur de sel harvesting, mollusk fishing, apiculture, cheese, olive oil and wine making, these are all the ingredients that made the reputation of Groupe Ferreira's restaurants.
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To celebrate the departure of Claudia to Portugal, Carlos, Claudia’s father and founder of Groupe Ferreira, invites all his family to enjoy a feast at his place . Exclusive behind the scenes of Ferreira restaurant and meet all the family members that turned this establishment into an institution.6 Feb 2018
Only a few fishermen own a fishing permit giving them access to the highly oxygenated waters of Berlengas archipelago. Pedro is one of them, and has been using his permit for years to catch sea breams, sargo vermelho, and sea basses by angling. Watch him teach the rudiments of this traditional method to Claudia.7 Feb 2018
Claudia meets with Cristina, Artur and their Portuguese water dog Nina in the early morning hours. They show her how to collect the clams, oysters and razor clams living on the banks of the beautiful Ria Formosa, only equipped with a basket and some rudimentary tools.31 Mar 2018
The biggest bee protector in Portugal surely is Luis, a lawyer by trade, located in Tapada de Mafra, a former King’s hunter ground turned into a national park. Luis maintains beehives making a tasty honey in this national park. Being a beekeeper herself, Claudia is fascinated by this breed of bees, which are far more13 Apr 2018
CARM Domain: Stronghold of the World’s Best Olive Oil
Fall mornings in the Douro area are fresh and luminous. They become even more magical when you get to witness the sun slowly rising on the vales of Casa Agricola Roboredo Madeira, a realm named after the family it belongs to since the 17th century. On that 250 hectares domain, you’ll find the olive trees…