Brazil: Brazilian Food Recap

Absolutely everything in Brazil is eaten with farofa – a roughly milled casava flour mixture. While on the first taste it felt like chewing grainy sand, it eventually grows on you and goes well with various grilled meats. Another true gem of Brazilia mm cuisine is the palmito – or heart of palm – served either is salad or just grilled like a steak. Grilled meats of all shapes and sizes are fantastic, fejoada – black bean meat stew – is awesome, and Brazilian style grilled chicken – frango a passarinho – was just absolutely knock your socks off perfect. Add unlimited supply of caipirinhas and caipiroskas, refreshing beers, and good coffee. Oh an another awesome and ever common dish – pao de queijo – brazilia cheese buns!