Luisa Villar has made her passion for cooking her life’s work. Now she shares her fabulous food and recipes with diners who come to her restaurant, through cooking classes, and on her show Mesaluisa on Sic Mulher, a Portuguese television station that has featured her in her own series.
Luisa was born and raised in Portugal. She studied in Belgium and also lived in Spain and France. As the head of an international company, she was able to travel the world exploring its culinary secrets. and traveled the world as the head of an international company.
After raising two Portuguese musicians Luísa and Salvador Sobral Luisa decided to bring the culinary secrets she inherited from her grandmother to the public.
“I will never forget how the table was set at my grandmother´s, always ready for whoever wanted to sit down and eat, the unique recipes, the smells, the comfort of belonging, and the endless stories that were shared around that piece of wood,” states Luisa on her site.
Luisa’s restaurant Mesaluisa is a secret corner in Lisboa where stories passed down from grandparents live within the food. Luisa created Mesaluisa so that everyone could experience the magic of gathering, learning, and sharing the genuine flavors of Portugal.
Now Luisa is taking her kitchen virtual with a cooking class on GetSetUp in From Market to Table in Portugal: Cooking with Luisa
During this event, on Friday, September 3, she will share about Portuguese cuisine, a little of its history and experience, and reveals some of the greatest secrets of true Portuguese cuisine. Join her as she acts as a local guide to Portuguese cuisine and enriches your mind and body with new ideas
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