Here’s what Lisbon sweet spot No Ponto. says about itself:
“We are an unprecedented research project with the aim of cataloging and promoting all of Portugal’s sweets in existence today throughout the entire country.
We travel to every Portuguese municipality that has sweets and confectioneries, and our visits to confectioners and pastry chefs result in videos we publish here every week. We also produce studio photography for each sweet and we learn about its history, context, ingredients, and about everything that might be relevant towards understanding Portuguese sweets and confectionery.
We are organizing this material to prepare an unprecedented collection of books, which will work as a guide/encyclopedia of Portuguese sweets.
We are interested in old sweets that have pulled through the years thanks to the talented hands of those chefs and confectioners who kept local traditions alive; and also thanks to the persistence of those researchers who have studied the history of Portuguese gastronomy with much care. And we want to learn about new sweets springing up today from the dedication of those who love this craft.”
Informative and enticing…
No Ponto.’s description of their Friday night “Underworld” party* is, on the other hand, short and sweet.
Here’s what they say:
“If you want to be part of our CARNIVAL PARTY (and you should), come with an underwater theme! We are gonna have a whale of a time!
*Dress up is mandatory.”
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