Feijoada (Brazilian traditional stew)

    Feijoada is the most traditional Brazilian dish, it dates back to the 17th century in colonial times when the European Portuguese were making their fortune in its coffee plantations, and in its sugar cane growing regions. The origins of feijoada are not really Brazilian, but have really close similarities with the medieval pork and

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POZOLE (Chicken broth with hominy and vegetables)

  Pozole is not a traditional Brazilian meal. It is a delicious recipe frequently found on the tables in Brazil. Originally, Pozole came from an ancient Aztecan dish. It was only served in very special occasions since the corn was considered sacred plant to that culture, as it also was sacred to other peoples of Mesoamerica.

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