Alex Atala and David Chang interview

Alex Atala talks with David Chang

What happens when two of the world's best chefs get together to talk ingredients? In this interview with The New York Times, Alex Atala and David Chang talk about their hunt for new flavours and desire to question the status quo... Continue reading...

Brazilian Feijoada

You may think you've tried feijoada, but this recipe is something special. In fact, it's the best feijoada in the world! Home cook Bia Frietag shares a recipe very close to her heart - her mother's feijoada recipe... Continue reading...

Brazilian tapioca balls or bolinhos de tapioca

Ever tried a tapioca ball? No? Well, you don't know what you're missing! These traditional coconut and tapioca sweets from Bahia state are simply delicious. Better yet, they're quick, easy and cheap to make... Continue reading...

Fish and Shrimp Stew from Bahia Stata

Moqueca is, without a doubt, one of the most iconic Brazilian dishes. While it's made in several different states, the most well-known version comes from the state of Bahia, where it has been made for hundreds of years. This traditional fish stew is typically prepared in beautiful, rustic clay pots and features the characteristic ingredients of
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Brazilian canastra cheese

Brazilian Cheeses

When most people conjure up images of Brazilian food, the last thing they think of is cheese. It comes as a huge surprise to many foreigners to discover that Brazil actually has some delicious and unique cheeses. Cheeses that most people outside of Brazil have never even heard of, but cheeses that I now can’t
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Brazilian Food

Everyone wants to know what Brazilian food is really like, so we've invited British foodie Alex Nazaruk to share his impressions. Late last year the Brazilian Food Guide caught up with Alex – AKA the Foodish Boy – who is travelling the world working 52 different food-related jobs over the course of a year. In part one
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Date, Apricot and Chocolate Christmas Cake

Despite it being summer here in Brazil, some Christmas traditions are near universal. Eating dried and candied fruit at Christmas is one of them. This delicious cake recipe combines dates, apricots and chocolate in a mouth-watering... Continue reading...

Roast pork with potatoes and jabuticaba

Christmas is just around the corner, so now's the time to arm yourself with easy recipes to make entertaining a breeze. Turn easy roast pork into something truly special by serving it with jabuticaba jam... Continue reading...

Salt Cod - Bacalhau

With Christmas just around the corner, it's time to start planning the food! For many Brazilians, one of the traditional dishes eaten at Christmas time is salt cod or bacalhau... Continue reading...

Panettone

Think panettone is hard to make? It's not! Watch this video showing Gisele Souza make her easy panettone recipe and follow along step by step. Continue reading...