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  • This is one of the chowders called caldeirada, served at restaurants all along

    Village Voice - The most recent 10 stories

  • Sharks are targeted by UK, French, Spanish and Portuguese fleets; shark tails and meat are used to prepare "caldeirada" or

  • Some Brazilians believe that feijoada had roots in the Portuguese caldeirada, a traditional stew.

    One Big Table

  • The family version of caldeirada—the Portuguese equivalent of bouillabaisse—is, he says, unchanged.

    One Big Table

  • And on top of the caldeirada Lovejoy has fed me as much information as I could swallow.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • For dinner and breakfast we have eaten caldeirada, an aromatic Brazilian chowder of river fish and cilantro.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • Especially intriguing are caldeirada de peixe, described as a traditional Amazonian stew of seafood and vegetables, and the miris Sri Lankan whole fish, prepared in a blend of 16 spices.

    Chicago Reader

  • Armando and Cila Estudante’s Portuguese caldeirada, 236–37

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  • If I hadn’t come to America I might not have ever known how delicious caldeirada made with striped bass could be.

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