10 of the best restaurants and cafes in Lisbon | Via The Guardian Travel | 26/06/2014 As Lisbon's biggest market is transformed into a gourmet food hall, we take a look at the best places to eat in Portugal's capital, a city renowned for its seafood – and custard tarts #Portugal
Two sweet puddings rounded off the meal. First, a chocolate flavoured samosa and to end, a delicious steamed yogurt ‘pannacotta style’ dessert with raspberries and pistachio. A honey sweet 2009 chenin blanc les 4 villages from Loire, France, sent us into a delightfully sugary whirl.
Injera - Ethiopian Flatbread with 100% Teff. Notes: Use a good non stick thick bottom pan or seasoned cast iron skillet. I too have a pan that I use only for pancakes or anything that goes straight from hob to oven (for example tarte tatin) No stir fries and other things that require mixing. I will absolutely use it for this recipe.