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Mushroom and Zucchini Lasagna

I like family reunions. Having the whole family around the table. Eating, drinking and fraternizing with those who are close to me. I’m very attached to my family, my friends, my roots. And that, that family confraternization, is one of the cultural heritages that I appreciate the most among the southern europeans.
When I was a kid, something that used to bother me a little, was people trying to introduce non-portuguese dishes in the Christmas meals. I used to (and I do) love traditions, specially those around the food. Christmas for me was caldo verde, boiled salted codfish with chickpeas, catshark and beans stew, bolo-rei and trutas filled with pumpkin or sweet potato pure. I could never understand why would my aunt make lasagna for Christmas, though lots of people in my family loved it.
If you’ve been following this blog for a while, it’s easy for you to presume that gastronomical tradition, specially on Christmas, doesn’t mean sh*t to me anymore.
If lasagna, for you, has to be filled with minced meat and and cheese, well, bad luck for you. I’m calling this lasagna, you could call it what ever you may like.

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Seitan, mushrooms and port wine

I promised I would post more Christmas recipes. I always keep my promises. But I’m portuguese. And of course I’m late as f*ck. Anyways, this blog was never about fancy food. I have always tried to share simple, handy and easy recipes. Tasty but healthy food, that does not demmand much technical knowledge, made out of cheap and easy to find products. That has always been my goal with this project. But every once in a while it’s nice to eat something a bit more complex. Something that says “I’m such a f*ckin good chef!”. I hope I’m still on time to inspire someone to inspire someone else.

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