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braised oxtail with chorizo

Rabada (stew) is cooked throughout Brazil and varies according to original Spanish/Portuguese as well as local influences. This recipe is from The South American Table: The Flavor and Soul of Authentic Home Cooking by Maria Baez Kijac and is from the North-East where rabada is Portuguese in style. 168 more words

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Brazilian Shrimp Stew (Moqueca de Camarão)

Growing up in the northeast of Brazil, seafood was frequently part of our daily meal. And every summer vacation we spend at our family beach house in the very renowned beach town of… 269 more words


The Best Bar in Sao Paulo - Mandinga

Starting our tour in São Paulo, Brazil, I had to check it out the new most popular bar in town, Boteco Mandinga especially because one of my business partners from Groove Street Saymon Dias is one of the owners of the bar. 940 more words


Fazenda Rodizio Bar and Grill

It’s been a while since I wrote anything on here. Mainly because life caught up with me with the whole fitness thing (which decided to go on a break but is back in full swing) and weddings and whatnot. 1,127 more words

Bronte Belo

The Mongolian had bought a Groupon voucher for Bronte Belo with the original intention to go there after we ran the City2Surf. But because we thought we could get free Grill’d burgers that day, we went for the burger deal instead. 486 more words


A gastronomic tour of my local street vendors: Coconut water

For today’s tour stop I thought I’d give something liquid a try, so: fresh coconut water. This cart is directly opposite the metro station and has a big stack of young, green coconuts which are cracked open on the spot to get to the liquid on the inside. 347 more words


A gastronomic tour of my local street vendors: Tapioca

Another day, another treat to try! Today: tapioca. The easiest way to describe this in English would be as a manioc/cassava starch crepe, which is then filled with either sweet or savoury delights. 273 more words