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Gordon Ramsay's Version of the Portuguese Bifana

Gordon Ramsay's version of the Portuguese bifana, what do you think?
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Video Credit: Gordon Ramsay

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Comments

Aureliana
Aureliana - 10 months ago
A fancier Bifana! I love it. I think there’s room for all the versions out there.
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Janet
Janet - 10 months ago
I'm sure it's good but no where anything like a traditional bifana.
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Sarah
Sarah - 1 year ago
Not like any bifana I have seen and I have lived in Portugal for 10 years.
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Mary Garanito
Mary Garanito - 1 year ago
Not a bifana! G Ramsey should stick to his British cooking and leave the iconic Portuguese recipes to us!
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Cathy
Cathy - 1 year ago
I like the fact that the pork is marinated but not stewed but it doesn’t look like any bifana I have ever had . It would be interesting to try, tho’.
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John R
John R - 1 year ago
Epa! avó would like a word with you, Gordon.
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