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Chicken Salad, the Brazilian way – Salpicão de Frango

Brazilian Chicken Salad Plated

Brazilian steak houses (Churascarias) are now fairly common in many major cities in the US. In Brazil, you can find these restaurants in every town. They are well know for the multiple waiters (Gauchos) that walk around with skewers full of tender, juicy and delicious cuts of meats. But for Brazilians, the salad table is as important as the meat. (more…)

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Shrimp Stew in Coconut Milk – Brazilian Ensopado or Moqueca

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Shrimp Stew in Coconut Milk – Brazilian Ensopado or Moqueca

Today is all about classic Brazilian food. One would think that it is my favorite kind of food. But I am not sure I have a favorite. Growing up in a household with a Spaniard father and a Syrian Mother, I was fortune enough to get exposed to many different types of food. But Brazilian food is definitely comfort food to me. (more…)

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