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Kale and Pork Stew (Couves de Barça)

Couves de Barça is a traditional Kale and Pork Stew from the island of Corvo in the Azores. It is one of the signature Corvo recipes, and is typical because it utilizes all the parts of the pig in efficient fashion, to not waste any food. Because it combines all these parts with typical Portuguese ingredients like kale and garlic, it yields a wonderful and flavorful broth perfect for cooking tender pork meat and dipping with Portuguese bread, Pão de Milho.
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Fried Seaweed Corvo Style (Tortas de Ervas do Calhau)

Tortas de Ervas do Calhau is Fried seaweed Corvo style, from the islands of the Azores. It is the most signature dish of the smallest island in the Azores, and is quite a unique one at that. It uses seaweed found on rocks which are very healthy and nutritious fried in olive oil in combination with some eggs, garlic, flour, onion, and Portuguese spice.
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