FOOD AND COOKING OF BRAZIL

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The Food And Cooking Of Brazil

Author : Fernando Farah
ISBN : 1903141931
Genre : Cooking
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Describes the diversity of Brazilian food and offers recipes for a variety of dishes, including pastel de feira, moqueca bahiana, and arroz de carreteiro.
Category: Cooking

The Cooking Of Brazil

Author : Matthew Locricchio
ISBN : 076141732X
Genre : Cooking
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Introduces Brazilian cooking, including essential ingredients in the Brazilian kitchen and recipes such as black bean soup, cheese rolls, colonial chicken, and fish and shrimp stew.
Category: Cooking

Brazilian Food

Author : Thiago Castanho
ISBN : 9781845338701
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 81.25 MB
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Brazil is a vast country with a cornucopia of fabulous ingredients and a wealth of ethnic culinary influences; the result is one of the most exciting cuisines in the world. In this ground-breaking book, acclaimed young chef Thiago Castanho and internationally respected food writer Luciana Bianchi explore the best of Brazilian food and its traditions with more than 100 recipes that you'll want to try at home - wherever you live. The book includes recipes from a team of celebrated 'guest chefs' from all over Brazil, including Roberta Sudbrack, Rodrigo Oliveira and Felipe Rameh. Chapters celebrate the best food that Brazil's diverse cuisine has to offer including Small Bites, Street Food, Fish & Seafood and Meat & Poultry for Fire & Grill. Shot on location in Brazil by Rogerio Voltan, the book is a visual as well as culinary feast. As host nation for the World Cup in 2014 and the Olympics in 2016, Brazil will be the focus of international attention, so now is the perfect time to discover its vibrant food culture and cook some of its gutsy, flavourful dishes at home.
Category: Cooking

Tasting Brazil

Author : Jessica B. Harris
ISBN : UTEXAS:059173000231449
Genre : Cooking
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Brazilian Food

Author : Jane Fajans
ISBN : 9780857850430
Genre : Cooking
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Brazil is a nation of vast expanses and enormous variation from geography and climate to cultures and languages. Within these boundaries are definable regions in which certain customs, history, and shared views help define an identity and cohesion. In many cases, the pattern of settlement and immigration has influenced the culinary culture of Brazil. This book explores the role that food and cuisine play in the construction of identity on both the regional and national levels in Brazil through key case examples. It explores the way in which food has become an important element in attracting tourists to a region as well as a way of making aspects of a culture known beyond its borders as cookbooks, ingredients and restaurants move outward in our globalized world.
Category: Cooking

Food And Nutrition Phytonutrients To Soul Food

Author : Dayle Hayes
ISBN : 0761478264
Genre : Food
File Size : 48.60 MB
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Food choices can be complex and confusing, with mixed messages, advertising hype, and misinformation. There is a heightened awareness about nutrition, weight control, and chronic diseases in childhood. It is helpful to have a source that can be trusted with easy-to-understand information about food and nutrition.
Category: Food

The Rough Guide To Brazil

Author : Oliver Marshall
ISBN : 9781405380201
Genre : Travel
File Size : 74.43 MB
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The Rough Guide to Brazil is the essential guide to one of South America's most tantalising destinations. Detailed accounts of the best attractions Brazil has to offer, along with the clearest maps and plans, showcase this amazingly diverse country to aid both your trip planning and on-the-ground experience. With expert advice and background, the section also details the famous Rio carnival, the world's biggest rainforest - the Amazon and the most fantastic wildlife and beaches, whilst the guide itself is full of informative text on the practical and cultural nuances of visiting Brazil, from wildlife safaris in the Pantanal to the concrete architecture of Brasilia. Read about Brazil's football successes and find out more about the Capoeira music and culture that is expanding rapidly in popularity across Europe. At every point, the Rough Guide steers you in the right direction to find the best hotels in Brazil, recommended Brazil restaurants, cafes and shops across every price range, giving you clear, balanced reviews and honest, first-hand opinions. Make the most of your holiday with The Rough Guide to Brazil.
Category: Travel

Brazil

Author : Malika Hollander
ISBN : 0778793397
Genre : History
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Explores how the history, climate, geography, and religion of Brazil have shaped the customs and practices of modern daily life for some of the poorest and some of the wealthiest people in South America.
Category: History

Feast Of A Lifetime

Author : Nadine Leonard
ISBN : 9780595281787
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Feast of a Lifetime is a cookbook written in the form of a biography. As the title implies, the book contains a unique collection of recipes and cooking tips that will assist the culinary enthusiast in preparing a diverse repertoire of fabulous international dishes. The recipes emphasize Italian cooking, as they were accumulated by two generations of Italian women.The narrative tells the story of one of those women, the author's mother, Sara, who faced extraordinary challenges as a young adult. By the age of 25, Sara's mother had passed away, her son had been born with problems, her husband was unfaithful, and she had become the sole caretaker of her paralyzed father. With Sara's courage, combined with her sense of adventure and humor, she overcame those challenges to lead a fascinating life. Sara was lost in a revolution in Baghdad, lived in a haunted house in Brazil, and was later caught in an avalanche in Peru. With these and many other stories, the title of the book takes on a secondary meaning: Sara's lifetime itself was a feast-a feast of experiences.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Ethnomusicologists Cookbook Volume Ii

Author : Sean Williams
ISBN : 9781135040086
Genre : Music
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This companion to The Ethnomusicologists' Cookbook combines scholarship with a unique approach to the study of the world's foods, musics, and cultures. Covering over four dozen regions, the entries in these collection each include a regional food-related proverb, a recipe for a complete meal, a list of companion readings and listening pieces, and a short essay that highlights the significant links between music and food in the area. The Ethnomusicologists' Cookbook, Volume 2 will appeal to ethnomusicologists, anthropologists, and sociologists, but should also find a welcome place on the bookshelf of anyone who enjoys eating and learning about foods from around the world.
Category: Music