Lisbon-based Miguel Andrade is a writer, and occasionally a photographer, inviting the world to discover Portugal and its gastronomic culture. He has been writing about food and travel for different international publications, including The New York Times, Esquire, Wired, and Fool Magazine.

As a researcher and wanderer, he’s specialized over the last 10 years in discovering Portugal’s impact in many countries across the globe and how those places have shaped Portuguese cuisine over the centuries.

He just co-wrote a book called Portugal: The Cookbook (Phaidon), a Portuguese cuisine encyclopedia with more than 550 recipes. His girlfriend is not impressed.