Friday, April 22, 2016

Eating Around the World - Brazil

This is going to be short and sweet. The national dish of Brazil is Feijoada (Pronounced fey-zhoo-ah-dah, but said kind of fast so it all runs together). It's a pork and black bean stew, eaten with rice and served alongside greens. It's straightforward, easy, and delicious! You can even cook it in a slow cooker, and anticipate the deliciousness all day. Here's the recipe. I served it with a fresh kale salad, dressed with an orange balsamic dressing, tossed with sun dried tomatoes, dried cranberries, and almonds, and topped with orange wedges. Boom. Done.

Eliza found the tender pork pieces irresistible. She's a total omnivore.

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