Food and Cooking of Brazil

Author(s): FERNANDO FARAH

Latin America

This title covers: traditions; ingredients; tastes; techniques; and, 65 classic recipes. Discover the explosion of colour and taste that is Brazil's traditional food and cooking. It offers a fascinating introduction to the ethnic, geographical and historical diversity of Brazilian food, with recipes designed to fuel endless sun-drenched days on the beach, and carnivals that last through the night. It features a wide variety of dishes from irresistible snacks like Pastel de Feira (little filled pastries) or Aipim Frito (chunky cassava chips), hearty family meals such as Moqueca Bahiana (fish stew with coconut milk), and Arroz de Carreteiro, a delicious rice and spiced beef dish. Learn how to create Brazilian classics such as Feijoada, Vatapa and Farofa, and conjour up delectable desserts such as Torta de Bananana (banana meringue pie) and Mugunza (homity corn porridge). This title includes more than 400 stunning photographs, with complete nutritional information given for every recipe.
Brazil's history is in every bite of its food, from the corn porridge and cassava of the native Indians through the influences of the Portuguese colonists, to imported ingredients like coconut milk, palm oil and peppers that arrived in the country with the African slave trade. The modern Brazilian kitchen still contains all these influences, with family meals and restaurant favourites that have been cooked for generations. This book reflects Brazil's love of parties, family and friends, fusing ancient traditions with modern innovation, and a talent for making the most of natural bounty.

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Fernando Farah grew up surrounded by wonderful Brazilian cooks, both at home in Rio de Janeiro and at his family's farm outside the city. His passion for Brazilian cooking led him to start writing articles for Brazilian publications in the UK and posting his experiences on the web, alongside his other career in graphics and advertising. Fernando now has a faithful online following and his food blog www.cucaBrazuca.com has been highly praised by the Brazilian Tourism Ministry. His video recipes are watched by thousands every month.

General Fields

  • : 9781903141939
  • : Anness Publishing
  • : Anness Publishing
  • : November 2011
  • : 228mm x 297mm
  • : November 2011
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : 641.5981
  • : WB
  • : Colour
  • : FERNANDO FARAH
  • : Hardback