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Book "Madeira at your table"
Pasteis de Nata Baking Tins - 8 pieces
Pasteis de Nata Baking Tins - 16 pieces
Recipe for Pasteis de Nata
Pasteis de Nata Stainless steel Baking Tins - 5 pieces
Cinnamon dispenser
Portuguese pudding Cake Tin
Pão de ló Baking Tin
Milk Pot with Lid
Cooper Cataplana pan 8.3'' - 1/2 people
Copper Cataplana pan 9.5'' - 2/3 people
Copper Cataplana pan 11.8'' - 5/6 people
Copper Cataplana pan 14.2'' - 8/10 people
Stainless steel Cataplana pan 9.4'' - 4/5 people
Stainless steel Cataplana pan 11'' - 5/6 people
Stainless steel Cataplana pan 12.6'' - 7/8 people
Stainless steel Cataplana pan 14.2'' - 10/12 people
Spun yolks Maker from Portugal
Spun yolks Maker
Chestnut Grill
Stainless steel Condiment Set
Présentoir à huile, vinaigre, sel et poivre en inox et bois
Stainless steel Oil Carafe
Peixe I Ceramic oil Carafe - Blue
Peixe I Ceramic Oil Carafe - White
Girassol I Ceramic oil Carafe
Fattoria I Stoneware Oil Carafe with self-closing spout
Fine stoneware Oil Carafe
Fine stoneware Garlic Canister
Fine stoneware kitchen Canister from Portugal
Stoneware kitchen Dosers - Set of 3
Fine stoneware Brioche Mold
Stoneware pie Mold - 10.6''
Stoneware Bowl - 19cm from Portugal
Stoneware Bowl - 5.5''
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Kitchenware

Portuguese cuisine, although copious, is still very healthy. The Mediterranean influence brings a permanent recourse to bread, olive oil and wine which constitute the food base. Popular traditions have made it possible to maintain typical Portuguese cooking utensils. 

The Cataplana designates both the recipes and the utensil used to make them. Typically Portuguese, it was originally made of copper. The demands of modern life have led to the appearance of stainless steel Cataplanas, which allows them to be used on induction fires.

The Pasteis de Nata are perhaps the most obvious illustration of Portuguese cuisine. Delicious little blanks cooked in a delicate puff pastry, they require a very special mould that allows them to retain their crunchiness.

Olive oil is an integral part of Portuguese culture. It requires an opaque container to preserve its properties. Ceramic decanters represent the shapes of nature and stainless steel decanters offer their timeless design.

The tradition of ceramics makes it possible to have magnificent coasters whose designs are based on the traditional patterns of Portuguese azulejos.