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  • Melissa Marsden

    Feijoada. Traditional dish that consists of rice, beans slow cooked with different bits pork and beef meat, "farofa", "couve", pork cracklings and slices of orange. Traditional dish from Rio de Janeiro (South East of Brazil). But it can be found all around the country (usually made with brown beans instead of black in that case). Invented by the slaves it is traditionally made with pork ears, tail, skin etc (leftovers). However, you will usually find it made with more nobel meat in restaurants.

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    #OrganicChats #WorldCup2014 "feijoada" traditional family style dinner! #recipe #food

  • Ana Amelia Gramacho

    Prá quem gosta de uma boa mesa: Feijoada

  • Monique Amaryllis

    **Sub pork for chicken or Tofu: e, aiiiiiiiii!!! Comida Brasileira!! brasilian food, rice, feijoada (black beans) farofa, pirao somewhere??? and more...

  • Brazil

    Some typical Brazilian foods are acarajé (black beans), coxinha ( chicken), and moqueca (seafood stew). http://www.southamerica.cl/Brazil/Food.htm

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