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Christmas Fried Polenta
Easy Christmas Recipe: Brazilian Fried Polenta

I love corn, as well as most dishes made from it, both savory and sweet. During the holidays I look for ways to not only work it into my dishes but creative techniques to give the ordinary, like polenta, some holiday magic. 


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Alex Atala Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
Alex Atala Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Superstar Brazilian chef Alex Atala has a lot to celebrate: The Diners Club will be awarding him the Lifetime Achievement Award during the announcement of Latin Am


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Michelin Launching a Guide to Brazil
Michelin Launching a Guide to Brazil

Michelin Guide is celebrating Brazil's two largest and culturally diverse cities, Sao Paolo and Rio de Janeiro, by releasing a guide to the country's restaurants in time for the 2015 summer Olympics.


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Gluten Free Feijao Tropeiro
Feijão Tropeiro

There is a very close relationship between bean cultivation and mining in colonial Brazil. With the discovery of gold in the lands that today compose the state of Minas Gerais, the Portuguese settlers encouraged explorers to migrate to the region.


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Brazilian Flan
Pundim de Leite (Brazilian Milk Pudding)

Pundim de leite (milk pudding) is a staple item on party buffets Brazil, but the popular dessert actually originated in Portugal and was called Pudim de Priscos.


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Panqueqa de Carne (Meat-Filled Pancakes)
Panqueqa de Carne (Meat-Filled Pancakes)

Modern Brazilian cuisine often incorporates a fusion of cultures in the creation of its dishes, and panqueqa de carne (meat-filled pancakes) is no exception.


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Camarão na Moranga (Shrimp in Pumpkin)
Camarão na Moranga (Shrimp in Pumpkin)

Camarão na Moranga (Shrimp in Pumpkin) is a signature dish served at coastal restaurants throughout Brazil. The history of the dish traces back to the 1940s, when the owner of a restaurant located on Anchieta Island in São Paulo found a pumpki


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Feijoda (Bean Stew)
Feijoada (Bean Stew)

Feijoada, the classic black bean and pork stew, is to Brazil what chili is to Texas, and the bean stew is a frequent headliner featured on Saturday special menus – both in restaurants around the South American country and at stateside


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SushiSamba Celebrates Brazil
SushiSamba Celebrates Brazil

This weekend, Sept. 6 and Sept. 7, celebrate Brazil's Independence Day with a night of capoeira and caipirinhas at SushiSamba in Coral Gables and Miami Beach. 


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Bacalhau à Gomes de Sá (Salted Cod Casserole)
Bacalhau à Gomes de Sá (Salted Cod Casserole)

Easter, Christmas and New Year’s holiday dinner tables in Brazil are often crowned with a casserole of baked salted cod surrounded by golden roasted potatoes, sliced onions, and tangy olives.


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