Portuguese idiosyncrasies


[pawr-chuh-geez, -gees, pohr-; pawr-chuh-geez, -gees, pohr-]
1. of, relating to, or characteristic of Portugal, its inhabitants, or their language.
noun, plural Portuguese.
2. a native or inhabitant of Portugal.


[id-ee-uh-sing-kruh-see, -sin-]
noun, plural idiosyncrasies.
1. a characteristic, habit, mannerism, or the like, that is peculiar to an individual.
2. the physical constitution peculiar to an individual.


We sure as hell love to do it with the family. Friends join it as well. The more the merrier. We do it everyday, more than once. And while we are at it, it’s pretty much impossible not to be talking about new techniques and how we can spice things up next time. Everyone talks, laughs and shares. We use our hands, our mouths, our eyes… We love to smell things. Were you aware of how much food plays such an important role on the Portuguese society?! 😉

We love to brag about the sheer number of sunshine hours we get in our country, well above any other European nation. Yet when winter comes, we freeze and disclose that our cold is way colder than others.