Portuguese Feijoada
Portuguese Feijoada
Portuguese Feijoada
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Portuguese Feijoada

Portuguese Feijoada

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  • Dry white kidney beans
  • Portuguese linguica
  • Pork loin
  • Pork belly or bacon
  • Balinese Truffle Salt
  • Garlic
  • Yellow onion
  • Russet potato
  • Medium carrot
  • Pimenta moida
  • Paprika
  • Ground cumin
  • Ground coriander
  • Bay leaf
  • Parsley
  • Chicken stock
  • Parmesan Cheese
From the chef

Hey hey, Gastronomy Gangsters! This December I’m taking us to my Grandmother’s homeland of Portugal! She was from The Azore Islands, Terceira, to be specific. And my grandfather was from Sao George. I was able to visit Lisbon a few years ago when I lived abroad, and so I feel compelled to take us here on one of our edible adventures around the world! Feijoada is a warm, comfort food my grandmother used to make us in the wintertime. It’s a hearty stew filled with beans, linguica, and more pork. Brazilians and mainland Portugal tend to use black beans for their feijoada, but we typically use white, as it is more traditional to the Azores. This dish also has roots in Africa due to Portuguese colonization. I promise that this is the next best thing to a big hug from Grandma! So come elevate Grandma’s homestyle recipe with me!

What to expect

Please note that there's a homework the night before the class. Here are a few pantry essentials required for this dish that aren't part of the kit:
- Canola oil
- Olive oil
- Water
- Ground black pepper

Chef Tucker suggests going for Portuguese wine, whether it's the green variety or your favorite vintage, to pair perfectly with this dish.

When will it arrive?

Your kit ships the week of the class and it'll arrive within three days before the class date.

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Chef Tucker is set to showcase the lively flavors of Portugal this December, wrapping up this year's Eat Around The World show! We're talking about a hearty, soul-warming stew filled with a medley of meats, beans, and a blend of spices that'll transport you straight to the cozy kitchens of Portugal. Get ready to savor every spoonful and elevate Chef Tuck's Grandma’s homestyle recipe to the next level!

What you'll learn

  • Learn how to balance various ingredients like different types of meats, beans, and seasonings to create a harmonious and flavorful dish.
  • Discover the origins of this traditional dish, its historical significance, and how it has evolved over time.
  • Know the importance of patience and the benefits of slow cooking in bringing out the best in the ingredients. This dish includes a slow-cooking process to tenderize the meats and develop deep flavors.

Mise En Place

Paper Towels
Chopping Board
Slotted Spoon
Wooden Spoon
Large Pot with Lid

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How long are the classes?

Most classes last between 1.5 to 2 hours, but the duration can vary depending on the complexity of the dish and the interaction level.

What if I miss a live class?

Don't worry! All live classes are recorded and can be accessed on-demand at your convenience.

Can I interact with the chefs during live classes?

Yes! Our live classes encourage interaction, and you can ask questions or seek clarification directly from the chefs.

What if I have dietary restrictions or preferences?

Many of our classes offer alternatives to accommodate various dietary needs. Please contact us in advance so we can assist you with suitable modifications.

How can I get support if I have questions or issues?

Our customer support team is here to help! You can reach us via email, chat, or phone as detailed on our Contact Us page.

How long does it take for my package to arrive?

Your package will usually arrive within 1-3 days of your ship by date.