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My Portuguese Feast is filled with nostalgia and delicious recipes for the everyday to weekend feasting and special-occasions, accompanied by Mimi’s wisdom, personal stories and culinary advice.
Packed with delicious dishes, you’ll find out how to make the best prego rolls, prawn rissoles, classic custard tarts and one of Mimi’s favourite childhood treats, chocolate salami. Recipes are also inspired by Mimi’s travels around the world and will provide many a culinary thrill. These include a very special Argentinian steak, a moreish Mozambican chicken curry and – in true Mimi style – several decadent desserts.
Mimi Jardim, doyenne of Portuguese South African cooking, chef extraordinaire, author of the bestselling ‘Cooking the Portuguese Way’ and head of Jardim’s Cookery School.
About the Author
Author, TV personality and home-cookery expert Mimi Jardim was born in Portugal and moved to South Africa when she was a child. Well-known in cookery circles and vastly experienced, Mimi has taught home economics at colleges and schools, run her own school of cookery and published four cookbooks, including the highly successful Cooking the Portuguese Way in South Africa. She has also travelled the world promoting the peri-peri flavours of Nando’s, South Africa’s iconic peri-peri chicken restaurants. Mimi lives in Johannesburg with her husband, Augusto, and has four children and one grandchild.