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7 responses to “Azorean Linguica Stew”

  1. KYLE MENDES

    That looks great. It also looks like a traditional Portuguese bean soup. The Portuguese bean soup in Hawaii is like this but with some tomato base and we use kidney beans. Being Portuguese, I’m shocked to see a blog posting about mainland Portuguese food seen as it’s not common outside of the Northeast US.

    And that Linguica looks awesome. Going to have to make that soon.

  2. deana@lostpastremembered

    Congrats on the NYT mention today… Sifton was taking a page from your book about unusual birds. Great soup… love linguica.

  3. Russell

    On the same wavelength! My over-wintered collards are bolting and it’s time to finish them off. Picked up some Linguica and a ham hock, using potatoes instead of beans, and I’ll be using some ramp whites instead of garlic.

  4. Susan

    A belated thanks for the shout-out, Hank. Your version looks tops, even though I do opt these days for non-meat meals. Yeah, sometimes I miss sausage. ; )

    Best wishes on the launch of your new book.

  5. Jill

    Made this with chard from the back yard and asparagus. Added Piri Piri sauce after serving which made it excellent.

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