Miguel Esteves Cardoso: We are killing the best Portuguese dishes | Opinion

My father, Joaquim, was always talking about the soup made by his mother, Luísa. He ate chicken soup whenever he could – who doesn’t eat chicken soup whenever they can? – but he insisted on pointing out that, however good it was, it wasn’t as good as his mother’s chicken soup.

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