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Recipe: How to Make Portuguese Custard Tarts

Sunshine-colored pasteis de nata with hints of lemon and vanilla One of my dearest friends, David, grew up in Portugal. He spent over a decade cooking in Michelin-starred restaurants all over Europe, and now — true story — teaches deep-sea diving in Thailand. But I still hear from him on a regular basis whenever he comes across a story about or recipe for pasteis de nata, or what Americans call Portuguese custard tarts.
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