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Brazil is as diverse a culinary country as America. From Italian, German, and Portuguese culinary influence, to Spanish and African. A few of the states in Brazil, Bahia and Pernambuco in particular, have the largest African culinary influence in the world, outside of Africa itself. 292 more words

​IPANEMA. A food trip to Rio de Janeiro.

Doha Food Review: Authentic Brazilian food has always been on my food bucket list & I was keen to discover what Brazilian food tasted like. 397 more words


Rope Tugs + Birthday Meat

We’ve slept in. One minute the morning is barely dawning, and then next, it’s 10:45am. Rock climbing yesterday took it out of us and then the trains passing the campground all night makes for a fitful night. 593 more words

#100happydays day 25

Day 25: Tonight was perfect to cash in our prizes. We needed a relaxing night with excellent food, and just as excellent service.


Café No Bule - Authentic Brazilian Food in Tampa, FL!

If you are the kind of foodie that we are, you need not any endorsement of the fact that it is usually the small cafes and unknown places that have the BEST kind of food. 382 more words


Review: Chamas - Beverley's brand new Brazilian restaurant

It’s only just opened but already Chamas is fully booked for two weeks – and I can see why.

Based in Beverley’s Wednesday Market, this Brazilian restaurant is the perfect place for meat lovers, but with the twist of a full vegan menu. 621 more words

Food Review

Via Brasil: Tastiest Adventure on Little Brazil Street

RESTAURANT:  Via Brasil 

DATE OF VISIT: 5/14/17

ADDRESS: 34 West 46th Street New York, NY 10036 (A short walk from Times Square on “Little Brazil Street”) 288 more words

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