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baião-de-dois (rice and black-eyed peas)

This week we’ll pay our annual visit to the tidal basin in D.C. to see the cherry blossoms in full peak, or whatever survived of them after the late season snow fall. 924 more words


Brazil Snapshot #47

This is photo #47 (of 50) in a series about life in Brazil. We have seen these huge bags of vegetables for sale by the side of the road, but never purchases one until last week. 45 more words

Brazilian Dishes


This post is about Brazilian Favorite foods (mine at least). Some of the pictures we have done here in Toronto and some my family sent over to me to make me jealous (and they did it lol). 151 more words

Moqueca Baiana (Brazilian Seafood Stew)

Moqueca is a fitting representation of Brazil’s diverse culinary background. There are several variations of this dish today, but Moqueca Baiana, from the Northeast state of Bahia, is one of the most interesting reflection of the traditions embedded in Brazilian cuisine. 370 more words



I’ve never been in Brazil but I really love the taste of Brazilian food as I can state from Brazilian Restaurant I’ve tried so far. 553 more words


It started with Buzzfeed. No, really.

A few years ago, I went to a birthday party, and so did this extraverted, happy Brazilian boy. After a few sentences exchanged with the birthday girl – and the requisite photos as documentation – he came over to chat with me. 125 more words

A Cooking Video With No Recipe

A time-lapse of our favourite dish in the universe: MOQUECA, a Brazilian dish, native of the North East coast, Bahia, where Paula grew up.

Last week, we made an amazing but dangerous discovery: they sell Dendê oil, coconut milk, and farinha di mandioca in Castroni (on Via Cola di Rienzo) in Rome!