The Portuguese explorer Pedro Cabral in 1500 stepped foot on the South American land that would become Brazil. European the influence of the indigenous society began. As agriculture developed in this colony, slaves from west Africa were brought into the colony. This mixture of the 3 continental influences established a unique cuisine. Brazil also has a strong presence of Asian and Middle East populations.
Feijoada, the Brazilian national dish, is made by cooking black beans, and smoked meats for several hours. It is served with white rice, collard greens, and farofa, (toasted yuca flour with spices, onion and garlic). Each state adapted the preparation according to their own style. The concept is the same-the beans and meats need to be in the same pan.
Caipirinha is the national cocktail, made with cachaca (sugar cane rum), sugar, lime, and ice. The flavor is so special that you will drink at least two caipirinhas. The weather, hospitality and the colorful soul from Brazil make this Country special and unique.
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