CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO When the Portuguese arrived in Brazil the Native Brazilian’s diet was based on manioc, a very nutritious and versatile native roof tuber. Manioc may be eaten boiled, fried, may be ground into flour or starch, and is also…
“Sabor Brasil” is now a book with hundreds of traditional recipes interspersed with tales and stories in a fascinating journey through knowledge and taste.
Besides illustrating ingredients and culinary procedures, it tells the story of recipe origins, often linked to a specific geographical area and the influence of cultures that come from afar. It tells how food is perceived by the Brazilian people and describes both the places where it is eaten and the rituals that accompany it.
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This is a practical handbook created to familiarize yourselves with the Brazilian language and the melting-pot culture of Latin America’s largest country.
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I’m an architect. I was born in Brazil and my father was Italian.
“Eating well” is a heritage of Humanity. With this site I wish to share my passion for cooking. For every recipe, I’ve tried to use simple and traditional ingredients and not complicated working procedures. All recipes have been “tested and approved” by my Italian friends.