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Walnut Cameos
Make Your Own Brazilian Christmas Candies: Walnut Cameos

A special time of year, such as is the case with Christmas, requires a special treat: Camaféu de Nozes or Walnut Cameos. These culinary gems are gorgeous, incredibly easy to make, decadent, and unique. Wouldn't you be pleased to open a gift box filled with them?


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Upside Down Panettone
Brazil’s Holiday Breakfast: Panettone French Toast

Who doesn't love panettone? At my table, it's a family tradition! In Brazil, Christmas dishes can vary from one region to the next, or even from family to family, yet panettone seems to be a near-unanimous national preference.


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Berry Caipilé
Your New Fave Brazilian Cocktail: Berry Caipile
Summer is here and the temperature is soaring all over the country.
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Carne de Sol com Queijo de Coalho
Bountiful Brazil: Carne de Sol com Queijo de Coalho

Sun-Cured Beef topped with Grilled Cheese is a staple in my state of Pernambuco and in several other states of the Northeastern region of Brazil. It is so beloved that it has become famous all over Brazil.


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Beer Brigadeiros
Beer Brigadeiros: Sweet Brazilian Bites

Beer Brigadeiros are what I'm happy to be sharing with you today: quick, scrumptious Brazilian fudge balls, great for any type of party!


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Papaya Cream with Cassis Liqueur
What We’re Craving: Papaya Cream

Papaya Cream with Cassis is a healthy, quick, delicious, and refreshing Brazilian dessert from the mid-1990s made from blended vanilla ice cream and papaya, served with cassis (black currant liqueur).


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Tangiroska
Tangiroska

Just as Mexico has its margarita and Cuba its mojito, Brazil also has a national cocktail drink: the caipirinha.


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Baked Pastel: Master the Classic Recipe

I love empanadas. I also love pizza. This is why I'd like to share with you a recipe that incorporates the best features of both: Pizza Empanadas or Pastel com Recheio de Pizza.


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Salada de Feijoada
Salada de Feijoada

Don't you just love feijoada? Here’s the rub: Brazil's national dish, made from black beans and pork, though delicious, isn’t quick or simple. A traditional feijoada can take two hours to prepare and when a craving strikes,


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X-Tudo Burger
X-Tudo Burger

America may be considered the land of the burger but Brazil is the land of the X-Tudo, a hamburger-on-steroids. The X-Tudo, pronounced shees-TOO-doo, translates into cheese everything. The burger is a


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