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Brazilian food recipes
[September 14, 2017 – 10:32 am]
Brazilian food recipes

Brazilian food recipes and more! Here you will find an index of all my From Brazil To You Recipes containing Brazilian food recipes. Click on the recipe categories below to be taken straight to what you are looking for. Or if you like, you can also search the site for posts where the name of the dish appears by typing it into the search box at the top right of the page. Holidays As always, thank you so much for stopping by our site to check out all the best Brazilian food recipes, as well as all of the other recipes from my generic recipe index containing American recipes and…


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brazil's favorite food
[July 15, 2016 – 03:04 pm]
brazil's favorite food

Can t get away for Carnival? Well the flavors of Rio aren t so far away. From Feb. 18 through March 5 an estimated 2 million people will once again take to the streets of Rio de Janeiro for the longest, largest pre-Lenten party in the world. And Brazil s favorite foods are as essential to the festival as the voluptuous costumes and flamboyant dance steps. But you don t have to fly south for the food. From feijoada (black bean stew) to moqueca, (coconut fish stew) and so much more, the flavors of Brazil are within a short drive and they re a cinch to make in your own kitchen…

Brazil food mart
[May 23, 2017 – 08:42 am]
Brazil food mart

The famous Mortadela sandwich at Mercadão de São Paulo. Can you handle it? Source: Matraqueando | Photo by Raul Mattar The Mercado Municipal de São Paulo, better known simply as the Mercadão, opened in 1933 and soon became a better place to shop for food than the nearby market on Rua 25 de março. The Mercadão is the go-to place to buy fresh food, have a bite to eat, and meet up with friends. All in all, there are over 1, 600 people working there, in more than 300 booths, bringing in and pushing out 600 tons of food per day. That food comes in the shape of fresh fruits, veggies…

Brazilian traditional food
[July 16, 2017 – 07:35 am]
Brazilian traditional food

Restaurants in Brazil traditionally serve this dish only on Saturdays but for some reason Wednesday is Feijoada day in Sao Paulo. Feijoada is considered by many Brazilians to be the national dish. During the time of colonisation the Portuguese brought the stew of black beans and smoked beef and pork to Brazil and its other colonies. As a result feiojada , which means bean stew, is also present in Angola, Mozambique, Macau and Goa. This dish is a carnivore’s delight as it includes pork shoulder, pork ribs, bacon, fresh sausage like chorizo, dried sausage, dried beef, as well…

brazil christmas food
[January 8, 2017 – 08:38 am]
brazil christmas food

By William Jones, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – At first glance, Europeans and Americans far from home will likely find themselves contented in the familiar foods of a Brazilian Christmas feast, yet the holiday meal in the South American giant incorporates additional regional flavors and ingredients that make the occasion deliciously unique. Although centuries of immigration from Europe have imparted a certain influence on Ceia de Natal (Christmas Dinner), the tropical tastes and local customs bring some delightful color to the table. Following the country’s…

Brazilian Fast food Restaurant
[August 3, 2017 – 03:49 pm]
Brazilian Fast food Restaurant

Come May, you’ll have another reason to spend more time and money at Whole Foods. The health-conscious organic grocery store is continuing the expansion and renovation of its 650 Ponce de Leon Avenue location with a fast-casual Brazilian restaurant. Tentatively titled the Roast, the restaurant will be the first of its kind for the company. “We’re excited to introduce this new restaurant concept to Whole Foods Market and the Midtown community. We’re putting a fast-casual spin on a typical Brazilian churrasco concept, ” says Quentin Arndt, Whole Foods Market South region prepared…