Ever been in a Portugese farmhouse, where the garden has been transformed into a "restaurant", like PiriPiri? I remember they called their garden a "churasqueria" and the meat was called "churasco" because you got a really big peace of meat there. When you have ever been in a place like that in Portugal you will remember the smell and sound of cows and pigs and chickens behind the farm. The meat they served was grilled to the perfection and has been accompanied with a glass of home-made-wine full of warmth and sun. Just go to PiriPiri and remember. The husband is in the kitchen behind the grill and his wife will welcome you as there beloved guest. The "churasco di solomo" consists of three peaces of meat, which I like to be served with fried yucca and a glass of 'Motivos' red wine. And don't forget a dessert, local 'kesio' for example.
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