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Sardine - Codfish

SKU: 65025580
There are a thousand and one ways to cook cod, probably the most typical fare in traditional Portuguese cuisine. This big cod is being prepared for our much-loved recipe of boiled cod with potatoes, cabbage, chickpeas, carrots and eggs. With a good drizzle of olive oil, it will be ready to be served with a suitable red wine. Designer: Ana Sofia Gonçalves
$49.00
Products specifications
Designer Ana Sofia Gonçalves
Collection Sardine
Weight without Package 0.06 kg
Product type Earthenware
Type of Piece Fishes
Use Restrictions For more information see here
Length 185 mm
Height 25 mm
Width 40 mm
Products specifications
Designer Ana Sofia Gonçalves
Collection Sardine
Weight without Package 0.06 kg
Length 195 mm
Height 45 mm
Width 45 mm
Product type Earthenware
Type of Piece Fishes
Use Restrictions For more information see here
Length 185 mm
Height 25 mm
Width 40 mm
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