New Bedford is a city that is rich with historical interest. This city began its development with the whaling industry, and later with the textile mills. These industries brought together immigrants from all over the world. New Bedford, MA has a significant Portuguese immigrant population, dating back to the first wave arriving in the 1800’s and the second in the 1960-1970’s. The Portuguese wove their culture and identity into the area, including its cuisine. Misha explores a regional favorite dish is Shrimp Mozambique, a dish also claimed by Cape Verdean immigrants in the area.