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A plateful of Portugal & a bite of Brazil: Greenwich Market

In just over a week I’ve visited three of London’s outdoor markets; the Borough Market near the South Bank, the Sunday market at Brick Lane and today, the Greenwich Market. 309 more words

Brazilian Rice and Beans with Chicken Sausage

Bom día todo o mundo!

I recently realized that I have cooked so many different cuisine types since becoming a food blogger. And I love constantly learning about the different types of cuisines and dishes each country has to offer. 580 more words

Dinner

Brigadeiro, where have you been all my life?

The Brazilian brigadeiro has made my life complete. It is our understanding that they are usually served at children’s birthday parties, although they are a popular enough item that little dessert shops are popping up dedicated entirely to making a variety of flavors of these unfathomably rich, delicious treats. 63 more words

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Brazil Snapshot #29

This is photo #29 (of 50) in a series about life in Brazil. Milk is generally sold in one liter boxes that have a long shelf-life. 43 more words

Allie from Brazil: Feijoada (Black Bean Stew with Pork Meat)

Feijoada is one of the most famous dishes all around the different areas of Brazil. It came from the slaves brought to Brazil from Africa. They were given the left overs from their owners and beans were cheap, so they came up with a very flavorful stew that used the left over meats from pork such as: feet, throat, ears and whatever other meat they would get and stewed with herbs and black beans. 327 more words

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John Gilchrist: The more the meatier at Pampa Brazilian Steakhouse

Good eats are popping up all along 10th Avenue S.W. just south of the railroad tracks from downtown. The classic Thai Sa-On, one of the city’s best Thai restaurants, has been there for decades, but in recent years we’ve seen the addition of the meaty Briggs Kitchen and Bar and two mega-pubs — Craft and National. 791 more words

Culture And Lifestyle

Brazil, NYC: Celebrate Carnaval!

Brazilian carnaval, a wild and colorful celebration that takes place in the five days leading up to Lent, ends tomorrow. Fortunately, even if you swear off chocolate for the next forty days, the party doesn’t have to end. 630 more words

New York