Brazilian

Wildfire (Auckland CBD, New Zealand) 7

Wildfire (Auckland CBD, New Zealand)

The last time I ate here would probably be around 9 to 10 years by now and some things hasn’t changed, they still serve amazing Churrasco Experience in an affordable price compared to what they have in offer for you. I tried this place three times before and all of...

Frango com Quiabo 1

Frango com Quiabo

Frango com Quiabo or Chicken with Okra is typical South-eastern Brazilian dish, especially popular in Minas Gerais and Rio de Janeiro. If I can remember correctly I first saw this dish in one of the shows of Anthony Bourdain called Parts Unknown when he visited Brazil, most of the dishes...

Feijoada 1

Feijoada

Feijoada is a stew where dried beans are cooked with different kinds of meat like beef and pork. In Brazil, this is considered as their national dish and was brought to South America by the Portuguese and not the Spanish. The name came from the word “feijão” which is a...


Moqueca de Peixe (Brazilian Fish Stew) 1

Moqueca de Peixe (Brazilian Fish Stew)

Moqueca de Peixe is a traditional Brazilian seafood stew which has been a part of Brazil’s cuisine for around 3 centuries. It basically a mixture of fish, tomatoes, onions, garlic, and herbs such as cilantro where it is cooked slowly and without water included. Moqueca is a traditional Brazilian seafood...

Beef Ribs Churrascaria 1

Beef Ribs Churrascaria

Beef Ribs Churrascaria for those who haven’t heard of it is a word to define a place where beef is cooked in Churrasco style, which basically is an equivalent of barbecue. Churrascaria for those who haven’t heard of it is a word to define a place where meat is cooked...

Avocado Shake 1

Avocado Shake

Avocado Shake is a popular Filipino dessert made out of Avocadoes, Milk, Sugar and Ice blended to create a creamy cold shake perfect for any hot and humid weather. Avocados for Southeast Asians are used to be eaten as dessert or something sweet that’s why the first time I saw...