Graduated in gastronomy in New York, Rafa Gomes is the finalist for the new Netflix show. At the age of 39, Rafael Gomes obtained the highest score in the first season of Iron Chef Brasil, Netflix’s gastronomic reality show. All eight episodes have been available on the streaming platform since August 10. The chef graduated in gastronomy from the Institute of Culinary Education in New York, has worked at prestigious restaurants such as Eleven…
Behind only France, Brazil won 57 medals in the world cheese competition, Mondial du Fromage.
Brazilian award-winning chef Rodrigo Oliveira opens restaurant Caboco in downtown Los Angeles.
Documentary “A Dona do Tacho” shows the journey of Minas Gerais’ farm-to-table restaurant Xapuri.
São Paulo or Rio offer the “crème de la crème” of Brazilian cuisine with a few Michelin star restaurants.
When it comes to Brazilian cuisine, the truth is black & white. Chef Natalia Pereira from Wood Spoon, shares an authentic rice and beans recipe.
Caipirinha (kai-per-REEN-ya) is an amazingly refreshing signature Brazilian cocktail, similar to a Daiquiri. The essential ingredients are the same on both: fresh lime, sugar and sugarcane-based spirit.
The food served is true to the chef’s homeland of Minas Gerais, considered one of the most “Brazilian” of Brazilian cuisine, and highly praised and replicated throughout the country.
Delectable news for feijoada, coxinha & brigadeiro lovers: British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver just launched FoodTube Brasil, a new channel featuring the most delicious Brazilian dishes, both in Portuguese and English (at Jamie Oliver FoodTube). Kicking things off in the most authentic way, Jamie invites one of his good friends, Santos, to teach us how to make a classic Moqueca, a tasty and healthy stew packed with a medley of white fish, layered onions, chillies, regional spices, bell peppers, dendê oil and coconut milk. The…