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National cuisine of Brazil for gourmets. Authentic recipes, delicacies and specialties

Verde que te quero.....(explore!!!) Sunny Brazil is famous for its fragrant cuisine. Brazilians love cooking and always do it with pleasure. Brazilian cuisine combines its own flavor with influences from different parts of the world. In the Brazilian South, you can find dishes with a German tinge, the tropical Northeast offers a taste of Africa, and the Middle East gave Brazil chopped beef croquettes and "Tabule" - a vegetable salad with spices and olive oil.
1. There are several voltage standards In Brazil. The most common are 127V and 220V. 2. It is customary to leave tips in beauty parlors, on gas …
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For the record: Brazilians' favorite soda is made from Guarana berries. Guarana, as you probably know, is a natural source of caffeine and energy, and its sweet taste may be addictive. There is no equal to this truly life-giving water in a can anywhere else in the world. Fans of delicate desserts should definitely try "Requeijo" - a dense salty cream, which is usually spread on toasted bread or cracker. Sometimes jam is added to the dessert, which gives the snack an original, unforgettable taste. "Brigadeiro" is a traditional dessert that has been prepared in Brazil since 1940. It includes condensed milk, ground chocolate (not cocoa but chocolate), and butter. People all over Brazil eat fresh fruit for dessert: guavas, pineapples, mangoes, and cherries.
"De Queijo", or cheese bread, is very soft bun the size of a golf ball. It owes its pleasant, viscous texture to cassava starch. The Brazilian bread is famous for its amazing cheesy taste, being one of the favorite snacks of the locals. The recipe of "Tareco" tough cookies is quite simple: only chicken eggs, sugar, and wheat flour are needed. These cookies without frills remind Brazilians of their childhood - many grannies cooked and still cook Tareco for their grandchildren. Sometimes a special Brazilian oil made from whipped cream is added to the dough. Delicious Brazilian Misto is a seemingly ordinary grilled sandwich including ham, Gruyere cheese, and Dijon mustard. Copyright www.orangesmile.com
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For holidays, people prepare Bacalhau, which is nothing but dried, salted cod. The fish is soaked in salt all night, then seasoned, rolled into balls, and fried until crisp. For Christmas, the main dish is often a turkey garnished with colorful rice and the Brazil nut. And it's hard to imagine a Christmas dinner in Brazil without Rabanada - a kind of French toast based on milk and eggs with cinnamon and sugar. Wine, beer, and whiskey serve as festive drinks.
It is recommended to visit Zuka Restaurant in Rio de Janeiro. The place is known for its light wood paneling, great chef Lyudmila Sojejro, open grill, and exceptional wine list. And bizarrely decorated Zazá Bistrô Tropical serves Asian food with a Brazilian accent. El Gordo Restaurant in Trancoso, Bahia, offers fresh seafood, international cuisine, and a separate menu for vegetarians. Visitors to São Paulo will surely appreciate Bráz pizzeria where pizza in a wood-fired oven is cooked and remarkably aromatic and oily Calabrian sausage bread is served.
Brazilian shops work from 9:00 am to 6:30 pm on weekdays and from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm on Saturdays. Some large stores may be open up to 10:00 pm. Some …
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The Brazilians' attitude to cutlery is extremely simple: they do not change knives and forks for different dishes. After the meal, knife and fork are placed parallel to each other horizontally in the center of the plate. Hands should be visible above the table and cannot be kept on one's knees - this is the place for napkins. Brazilians put their wrists on the table while demonstrating elbows is bad manners. Stretching oneself at the table and using toothpicks in public places is unacceptable. Leaving the table at a party in somebody's home is considered unseemly. If necessary, one needs to wait until elders leave it first. Never eat anything with your hands. Fruits are usually cut with a knife. The fact is that Brazil is a tropical country, and it's easy to get sick if your hands are not clean enough. The most honorable position is at the head of the table. The host or hostess sits next to the most important guest, and if he or she is received by a couple, hosts sit on either side of the dear guest. It is not good to take out a pan on which a dish was cooked. Don't move on to the next dish without praising the previous one. In cafes and restaurants, a bill is usually paid by the inviter, although polite objections are often expected from the other side.
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Map of all Michelin restaurants
Michelin-starred restaurants in Brazil
♥   Restaurant 'A Casa do Porco' São Paulo. Type - Brazilian. On the map   Photos
♥   Restaurant 'A Peixaria' São Paulo. Type - fish and seafood. On the map   Photos
♥   Restaurant 'Aconchego Carioca' São Paulo. Type - Brazilian. On the map   Photos
♥   Restaurant 'Aconchego Carioca - Leblon' Rio de Janeiro. Type - Brazilian. On the map   Photos
♥   Restaurant 'Aconchego Carioca - Praça da Bandeira' Rio de Janeiro. Type - Brazilian. On the map   Photos
♥   Restaurant 'Aguzzo' São Paulo. Type - Italian. On the map   Photos
♥   Restaurant 'Alloro' Rio de Janeiro. Type - Italian. On the map   Photos
♥   Restaurant 'Amadeus' São Paulo. Type - fish and seafood. On the map   Photos
♥   Restaurant 'Anna' Rio de Janeiro. Type - Italian. On the map   Photos
♥   Restaurant 'Antiquarius' São Paulo. Type - Portuguese. On the map   Photos
♥   Restaurant 'Antonietta Empório' São Paulo. Type - Italian. On the map   Photos
♥   Restaurant 'Aprazível' Rio de Janeiro. Type - Brazilian. On the map   Photos
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Cuisine and restaurants in popular cities of Brazil

Sao Paulo
One of the main specialities of the Arabia eating house is Moroccan rice with chicken and added with almond. Even the most fastidious gourmands can not resist tempting flavor and taste of this astonishing treat. Among typical eating houses specializing in Japanese cuisine the Kabuki is best worth visiting. Its hall is elegantly decorated with dark wood furniture. In the evening the hall of the restaurant is filled with inimitable romantic ambience. The menu of the restaurant is rich in popular … Read more
Rio de Janeiro
Fans of European cuisine are recommended to visit Confeitaria Colombo restaurant, which is reminiscent of wonderful restaurants of Paris. The menu of this place features a huge selection of soups, salads and cold starters, fish and meat specialties, as well as desserts and exotic cocktails. In addition to these amazing dishes you can order rare wines in Confeitaria Colombo. They will become a perfect complement to any meal. Doce Delícia restaurant is very popular among vacationers. The menu of … Read more
Salvador
Feijoada is the most popular traditional dishes in Salvador. Its recipe may vary. However, various types of meat (most often pork), beans, cassava flour, and pepper sauce are always the main ingredients. Feijoada is served with cabbage or orange. Salvador cuisine is sure to appeal to meat fans. Pork, beef, and chicken are cooked in many ways here. There are also many fish dishes here. It's better to look for them in coastal restaurants. The catch is usually fresh there. Rice, corn, beans, … Read more
Florianopolis
Feijoada is considered the most popular local dish. It doesn't have a single recipe. The details of its cooking vary depending on the personal preferences of the cook. Meat (most often pigs), beans, pepper sauce, and flour cassava invariably are part of the feijoada. The dish is most often served with cabbage or oranges. In general, meat dishes prevail in local cuisine. However, there are also many fish dishes due to the nearness of the sea. If you want to taste the seafood, you should go to … Read more
Natal
If you decided to try Brazilian cuisine, then start your acquaintance with it from feijoada. This dish is very popular among the citizens. But there is no single recipe for cooking it. Meat, most often pork, beans, pepper sauce, and cassava flour are added to feijoada in all versions. All other ingredients and cooking details depend on the cook. Feijoada is served in the most common version with cabbage or oranges. Most attention is paid to meat dishes in Brazilian cuisine. Seafood is a little … Read more
Fortaleza
If you can’t imagine a good rest without flavored barbecue, you would like the Santa Grelha restaurant. If you believe the opinion of customers, the best meat treats in the city are served here; visitors are offered to order their favorite beer or wine in addition to the dish. Santa Grelha also differs with nice prices; the average price of dinner is about 20 euros. Not far from the coast there is the scenic restaurant Coco Bambu Meireles; a large selection of seafood dishes and original … Read more
Brasilia
Belini can hardly be called an ordinary restaurant. This is a large-scale dining complex that includes several grocery stores, cafes and restaurants, as well as the best culinary school in the city. This popular dining facility offers its guests to try numerous desserts, pastries and wonderful coffee. This restaurant is that rare place, where visitors can try exotic delicacies and national dishes cooked in accordance with ancient recipes. Belini is also equipped with a separate room for special … Read more
Ilha Grande
Despite the fact that Ilha Grande is an island, not only fish but also meat dishes are very common here. For instance, churrasco is one of the most popular delicacies. It’s a local version of a barbecue with a tomato sauce. Churrasco is usually cooked from beef, but sometimes people also take chicken or vegetables instead. People often order the dish as a quick snack and it’s also eaten with a great amount of beer during meetings with friends. Those who prefer pork would like such dishes … Read more

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