Forays into tart baking with Portugal’s pastéis de nata

My brother and I spent three days in August exploring Lisbon’s cobblestoned streets and winding alleys, stopping to gape at entire buildings tiled in blue and white designs, and eventually taking a tram 30 minutes outside the city to the coastal suburb of Belém. TILES EVERYWHERE. Impossibly detailed and intricate stonework at Jerónimos Monastery. 16th… Continue reading Forays into tart baking with Portugal’s pastéis de nata