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    Brazil Brazil is a large country (the 5th largest in terms of geographical area) with many different regions. Brazilian cuisine reflects these facts, as well as the country's diverse population, and you can find recipes influenced by African cuisine, German cuisine, Italian cuisine, Japanese cuisine, Lebanese cuisine, Polish cuisine, Portuguese cuisine, Spanish cuisine, Syrian cuisine, and native American cooking.

    Some popular Brazilian recipes include:
    • Barreado - Boiled meat. It is eaten in the South of Brazil, often by placing the meat in ceramic pans, putting them under the soil, and using the sun's heat to cook.

    • Churrasco - The Brazilian version of barbecue. A variety of meats, often on skewers, are cooked on a grill (churrasqueira).

    • Empadas - Pastry pies with various fillings, often eaten as fast food. Common fillings include beef, cheeese, chicken, palmito (heart of palm) and shrimp. Pieces of olive are generally mixed into the filling.

    • Feijão com arroz - White rice with beans (black beans are popular in Rio de Janeiro).

    • Feijoada - A stew made from slowing cooking black turtle beans and meat. The meats used include salted pork and beef, bacon, smoked pork ribs, sausage and jerked beef. It is sometimes considered Brazil's national dish, and is particular popular in Rio de Janeiro. It is traditionally served with rice, refined collar greens, roasted cassava flour, and an orange. Other side dishes may also be provided, and hot pepper sauce is used as a condiment.

    • Moqueca - A seafood stew containing onions, tomatoes, cilantro, chili pepper, and garlic, as well as fish.

    • Picadinho de Jacaré - This is made from alligator meat. It is popular in Northern Brazil (where dishes influenced by indigenous cuisine tend to predominate).

    • Vatapá - This is a creamy paste made from bread, coconut milk, palm oil and shrimp (sometimes chicken, tuna, or turkey may be substituted for shrimp). It tends to be eaten in the North and Northeast of the country, where it is eaten with acarajé (black-eyed peas formed into a ball or deep-fried), or sometimes with white rice.


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    The Food and Cooking of Brazil: Traditions, Ingredients, Tastes, Techniques, 65 Classic Recipes

    By Fernando Farah

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    The Food and Cooking of Brazil: Traditions, Ingredients, Tastes, Techniques, 65 Classic Recipes
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    • Southwater Publishing
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    Learn how to create Brazilian classics and conjour up delectable desserts. Includes more than 400 stunning photographs, with complete nutritional information given for every recipe.

    The Brazillian Kitchen: 100 Classic and Creative Recipes for the Home Cook

    By Leticia Moreinos Schwartz

    Brand: Kyle Books
    Paperback (176 pages)

    The Brazillian Kitchen: 100 Classic and Creative Recipes for the Home Cook
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    Like its soccer and samba, beautiful beaches and carnival, Brazilian cooking is an explosion of colour and flavour. This collection of recipes offers dishes like Salmao no Risotto de Caipirinha (Salmon over a Caipirinha Risotto) and Bolinho Quente de Doce de Leite com Sorbet de Coalhada (Molten Dulce de Leche Cake with a Sour Cream Sorbet).

    Leticia Moreinos - who spent her childhood in Rio's paradise neighbourhood Ipanema - grew up eating Caldinho de Feijao all day and drinking fresh coconut water on the beach, and was homesick for this culture when she moved to New York to work in some of the world's top restaurant kitchens. Cooking for herself, she went back to the Brigadeiros and Baba de Moca of her childhood but found that her palate had changed. She began to reinterpret classic Brazilian dishes as a chef, making them a little lighter and less sweet for our health-conscious age and a lot easier to recreate at home. The result is this groundbreaking collection of easy-to-make, easy-to-love recipes. With simple techniques and well-explained directions, dishes such as Salmao no Risotto de Caipirinha (Salmon over a Caipirinha Risotto) and Bolinho Quente de Doce de Leite com Sorbet de Coalhada (Molten Dulce de Leche Cake with a Sour Cream Sorbet) will become part of your everyday cooking repertoire and bring a welcome Copacabana-borne breeze into every home kitchen.

    Brazilian Food

    By Thiago Castanho

    Firefly Books
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    Brazilian Food
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    Thiago is a master craftsman, serving up fresh and original dishes from one of the richest natural larders in the world.
    -- Michael Palin

    A groundbreaking exploration of outstanding modern Brazilian cuisine, with 100+ recipes.

    Brazil is a vast country with a cornucopia of fabulous cuisines and a wealth of early ethnic influences that combine native Indian, Portuguese and African flavors. Immigrants from Germany, Italy, Syria, Lebanon and Japan added their favorite dishes.

    Brazil is also a country of many indigenous traditions. Five regions, 26 distinct states and a wave of young, innovative chefs with global experience have created one of the most exciting cuisines in the world -- vibrant, gutsy and flavorful.

    Just in time for the FIFA 2014 World Cup in Brazil and the 2016 Olympics that follow there, this exciting cookbook by two acclaimed chefs explores the best of Brazilian food and its traditions. Along with three award-winning guest chefs, Castanho and Bianchi selected more than 100 recipes that adventurous cooks will want to try at home, even if they have never been to Brazil.

    Three guest chefs also contribute their favorites:

    • Roberta Sudbrack, voted best chef in Rio five times, and whose self-named restaurant is one of the top 100 in the world, takes everyday Brazilian ingredients to sophisticated heights, such as smoked okra with shrimp.
    • Rodrigo Oliveira, a young award-winning chef whose restaurant, Mocoto, is garnering much attention, uses traditional ingredients from the Backlands of Brazil to create standout dishes, such as Baiao-de-dois (rice, beans, cheese, Brazilian jerked beef, sausage and bacon).
    • Felipe Rameh, named Chef of the Year by Brazilian magazine guide Veja BH, uses what he calls his state's "best products": palm hearts, cachaca (Minas sugarcane spirit), Brazilian 'doce de leite' (caramelized milk), and pork.

    The stunning photographs shot on location make the book a visual as well as culinary feast. If readers have not been to Brazil, they will soon want to go.

    Brazil: A Cook's Tour

    By Christopher Idone

    Clarkson Potter
    Released: 1995-10-24
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    Brazil: A Cook s Tour
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    Christopher Idone, a pioneer of illustrated cookbooks, takes the reader on a fascinataing culinary and cultural journey through the vast and varied landscape of Brazil. Includes more than 100 rich, colorful photographs, a mail-order source guide, and a list of special places to visit in Brazil. 125 4-color photographs.

    A Taste of Latin America: Culinary Traditions and Classic Recipes from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico & Venezuela

    By Patricia Cartin

    Imagine
    Released: 2017-10-03
    Hardcover (176 pages)

    A Taste of Latin America: Culinary Traditions and Classic Recipes from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico & Venezuela
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    Latin American food is steeped in history and tradition. From Peru's spicy and citrusy ceviche to hearty Colombian beef, pork, and seafood stews to Argentina's silky, sweet dulce le leche desserts, cooks of all skill levels are invited to discover what make this region's cuisine incomparable.  Complete with four-color photographs, expertly crafted recipes and additional insight on the background and customs of each country featured, budding chefs and seasoned experts alike will be enticed by this authentic and unique compilation.

    This Is Brazil: Home-Style Recipes and Street Food

    By Fernanda de Paula

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    This Is Brazil: Home-Style Recipes and Street Food
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    Sprawling over eight million square kilometers, Brazil is as massive as it is majestic. From the mighty Amazon to the gauchos in the south, it's a country whose passionate people and unforgettable scenery excite the world's imagination.

    As interest builds in Brazil in the lead up to the 2014 World Cup, this book showcases the unique interplay of food and culture in the twelve capital cities playing host to the World Cup: Belo Horizonte; Sao Paulo; Salvador Da Bahia; Manaus; Fortaleza; Porto Alegre; Recife; Cuiaba; Brazilia; Natal; Curtibal; and Rio De Janeiro. From everyday workers to artists to football legends, food is intrinsic to every Brazilian.

    An extraordinary feast for the senses, This is Brazil is a comprehensive exploration of real, home-style Brazilian food from each distinct region. Packed with recipes, personal stories, and stunning location and food photography, This is Brazil will take you to the joyful soul of this magnificent nation.

    Brazil: A Culinary Journey (Hippocrene Cookbook Library)

    By Cherie Hamilton

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    Brazil: A Culinary Journey (Hippocrene Cookbook Library)
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    More than a cookbook, Brazil: A Culinary Journey explains how Amerindian, European, and African contributions have come together to form modern Brazilian cookery. The indigenous inhabitants contributed products native to the land, such as corn, cassava, and fish. The Portuguese settlers incorporated native techniques and ingredients, and introduced Portuguese staples, including sausages, olive oil, and wine. The culinary traditions were further fused with the introduction of such ingredients as palm oil and okra brought with African slaves in the twentieth century. European immigration yielded pasta and German pastries.

    The largest nation in South America, Brazil is home to vast rain forests, pristine tropical beaches, the Amazon River, and one of the region's most interesting cuisines. The recipes presented in Brazil: A Culinary Journey provide a glimpse into the surprisingly diverse repertoire of Brazilian cooking, from the heavily African-influenced cuisine of the Northeast to the Southern cookery, which has been shaped by European immigration. More than 130 recipes range from Feijoada, Brazil's national dish of beans, rice, and various meats (in its many regional variations), to lesser-known dishes, such as Shrimp and Bread Pudding, Crab Soup, and Banana Brittle. Complete with b/w illustrations, photographs, and maps.

    The Brazilian Cookbook: 50 Delicious Brazilian Recipes for Real Brazilian Cooking

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    The Brazilian Cookbook: 50 Delicious Brazilian Recipes for Real Brazilian Cooking
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    Bring the Best of Brazil to Your Kitchen. With Some Real Brazilian Cooking.



    True Brazilian cooking is a medley of rice, spices, meats, and desserts.

    The Brazilian Cookbook is a collection of the simplest and most tasteful Brazilian recipes you can learn.

    Enjoy handmade delicious meals that will leave you desiring more. The Brazilian Cookbook, presents an innovative style of cooking that is unmatched by any cookbook. Discover a method of cooking that is new and original.

    The Brazilian Style of cooking is one to be admired, learn this style, with 50 delicious and easy recipes straight from the heart of South America.

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