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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

Pão de Queijo

-By Stephanie Amorim

Manioc has been the main ingredient in many dishes since the beginning of Brazil’s discovery. Manioc is a root plant also known as yucca or cassava, and in the U.S. 512 more words

Student Research Posts

Ports of Call February is Brazilian Menu!

February we travel on Sundays to Brazil.  Check out the exotic flavors of this vibrant country! Black beans, coconut, black eyed peas, passionfruit, and more! 14 more words

Weddings & Events

Travel Diairies: Dining in Brazil

One of the best parts about exploring a new country is tasting its food. On our recent vacation to Brazil, we were excited to try as many of the local favorites as possible, without putting ourselves at high risk of getting sick. 296 more words

Eat Well Wander Often

The spirit of Brazil comes to London: Celebrate the Rio Carnival at Guanabara

For many people I’m sure, going to Rio De Janeiro for Carnival is high on their bucket list. However, if you can’t make it to Brazil for the big event, then why not enjoy a taste of the Carnival in London? 279 more words

London

Exploring Food in Rio De Janeiro

As I mentioned in my post about Fitness in Rio De Janeiro, one of the reasons we went to Brasil is because we love Fogo De Chao which is a Brazilian Steakhouse. 281 more words

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