I found a recipe for linguica rolls online a few weeks ago and filed it away for future use. And there's nothing like an 80° day without air conditioning (don't even get me started) to make you want to do some baking.
My homemade moon came out well, but it's not nearly as good as one from Clyde's. The lightness and flavor just wasn't there. So rest assured, Mumma, I will be coming home again soon.
Just an aside: It was quite an effort to find linguica in my neighborhood. On the South Shore of Massachusetts, you can find linguica everywhere; in fact, it's a really popular pizza topper. I got my freshly made (whodathunkit) linguica from Whole Foods, but there's one major drawback to that store: the lines are ridiculous, and people try to cut like crazy. I swear I could have walked to Plymouth in the time it took to get to the register. And if one more person tried to slip in line in front of me, I would have been charged with assault and battery with 1 1/2 pounds of Portuguese sausage.