Brazilian

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

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 served on that episode looked similar or have the same flavour to Filipino dishes hence I took note of them. Frango...

Feijoada 1

Feijoada

It’s interesting how Central and South American dishes are similar to the Philippines, we may be far away geographically but the dishes and even traditions are nearly the same. I started to notice that when I do my research on a certain history of a dish, I always thought before...

Moqueca de Peixe (Brazilian Fish Stew) 1

Moqueca de Peixe (Brazilian Fish Stew)

Moqueca 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. The dish originated in the Northeastern state of...

Beef Ribs Churrascaria 1

Beef Ribs Churrascaria

Churrascaria for those who haven’t heard of it is a word to define a place where meat is cooked in Churrasco style, which basically is an equivalent of barbecue. This dish originated in Brazil more specifically in the Pampa region, traditionally it is cooked using fire pits and charcoal at...

Avocado Shake 1

Avocado Shake

Avocados for Southeast Asians are used to be eaten as dessert or something sweet that’s why the first time I saw avocadoes used in sandwiches and salads my first reaction would be something similar to those who are used to having avocadoes in savoury dishes reading this article. Avocado is...