One of my favourite experiences in Brazil last year was a cooking class with the Brazilian version of Nigella, Yara Castro Roberts. I was wandering the cobbled streets of Paraty and happened to see the sign for Yara’s school, 723 more words
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Wildfire is considered as Northern India’s first Brazilian restaurant which serves some really unique and lip smacking barbeque dishes.
It is located at Crowne Plaza Hotel , Sector 29 Gurgaon. 280 more words
Demographics are shifting in one of the whitest cities in the country.
Nooooo, no, no, it’s not getting less white, sorry. But fascinating changes are happening among its foreign born population, and those who claim foreign ancestry, that could have big impacts on the city as numbers increase, even with percentages staying flat. 1,761 more words
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