It’s one thing to savor Portugal’s favorite sweet pastry, pastel da nata, but it’s another to make it from scratch. This morning we took the always exciting number 28 tram to the Compadre Cooking School to learn the secrets of this tasty tart, first sold at a patisserie in nearby Belem in the early 1800s. The 2-hour hands-on class was fun and informative. It was made even more enjoyable in the company of our fellow chefs: foodies and adventurers from New Jersey, Scotland, Lon…

See more

Share This

Share this post with your friends!