Algarve Chefs Week returns

in Algarve · 10-05-2019 09:00:00 · 2 Comments
Algarve Chefs Week returns

The ninth edition of the Algarve Chefs Week is returning to luxury hotels in the Algarve from 13 until 19 May.

The event brings together fourteen renowned Chefs of luxury hotels in the Algarve, with the theme this year being getting back to the roots of flavours in the Algarve "À Raiz do Sabor", through the use of authentic products while embracing the traditions of the Algarve's gastronomic heritage.

Over the course of the week, lovers of regional cuisine can enjoy a unique experience in each of the fourteen luxury hotels participating in this initiative. The signature menu, specially created for the event, will be showcasing most genuine and traditional Algarve flavours with a touch of creativity and innovation from some of the best Chefs in the region. Each meal will cost €30 – not including drinks, of which €1 will be donated to local charitable causes.

To launch Algarve Chefs Week 2019 there will be a special event on 11 May at the riverside in Portimão. Admission to the event is free however for an additional €10 visitors have the opportunity to taste various delicacies prepared by the 14 Chefs.

The hotels participating in the 2019 edition of Algarve Chefs Week are: Anantara Vilamoura, Cascade Resort, Conrad Algarve, Hilton Vilamoura As Cascatas, Hotel Vilamonte, Monchique Resort, Monte Santo Resort, NAU Dunas Suites, NAU Salgados Palace, Praia Verde Boutique Hotel, The Lake Resort, Tivoli Carvoeiro, Tivoli Marina Vilamoura and Vale d'Oliveiras.


Comments:

O governo Português diz que Portugal é um país Mediterraneo tanto como Espanha e Italia mas recusa a incluir Portugal na lista dos países Mediterraneos. As águas do Algarve são Mediterraneas. São iguais ao restante mar Mediterraneo. Não perdou o governo Português por isular Portugal da familia Mediterranea. O DNA Português tambem tem Grego e Italiano.

by Susana from USA on 14-05-2019 09:29:00

Agradeço que a historia dos pasteis de nata esteja esclarecida com os Asiaticos. Eu falei nisto ao governo Portugues e não se vê resultados.
"Where do Portuguese tarts come from?"
"Pasteis de nata were created before the 18th century by Catholic monks at Jeronimos Monastery. ... These monks were originally based in France where these pastries could be found in local bakeries."
Não há provas. As pessoas não podem dizer uma coisa que não existe. Isto é um grande golpe na cultura Portuguesa e na identificação Portuguesa. Obrigado

by Susana Gonzaga from USA on 11-05-2019 11:41:00
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