One of the pillars of our Manifesto (if you don’t know it, click here!). Is to make Brazilian cuisine more and more valued, considered when planning the menu for a range of occasions and celebrations, not only the dull everyday meal. So rich and plural, it should also be remembered on festive menus and on special occasions. The following are some ideas that may already come to your table in the next celebration.


Shrimp in the moranga pumpkin

Rice carreteiro 

Traditional feijoada

Seafood feijoada

Moranga pumpkin tortei  

Crunchy (crispy fried) pork


See also:

Moqueca: understand the differences between the baiana version (from Bahia) and the capixaba version (from Espírito Santo)


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