Brazil—Na na na na na na!— Fest!

Hey! It’s not winter! Who’s psyched about that?! Me!

Moving on, since it’s not winter, we have the food fests popping back up. Sam and I try to keep an eye out for ones that we haven’t already done, though we don’t mind getting another shot at a food we really liked. If you remember back to our meat-fest extravaganza, we partook of some scrumptious Brazilian bbq, called churrasco! Have you had it? No? You should try it immediately. (Unless you’re vegetarian. Those two things do not sync up in the slightest. Sorry)

Anyway, a few weeks back we attended a fest of Brazil, which means more Brazilian meats!

We took some pictures of the foods, though we didn’t take pics from the first bounty  and we only noticed we forgot pictures after we had inhaled it. Thankfully, we had been given an extra 1,000¥’s worth of vouchers for some reason, so we had enough money left to get some more food to eat and take pictures of:

Our second bounty!

Our second bounty!

We got a mix of Coxinha, which were delightful! They are similar to a Japanese crochette, which had a filling that is wrapped in a mashed potato, panko breaded, and deep-fried .

We got a mix of Coxinha, which were delightful! They are similar to a Japanese crochette, which had a filling that is wrapped in a mashed potato, panko breaded, and deep-fried .

Here is another cheese-filled coxinha and a chicken-filled one as well!

Here is another cheese-filled coxinha and a chicken-filled one as well!

Here is a cheese-filled coxinha.

Here is a cheese-filled coxinha.

Here is the Paz.1 meat!

Here is the Paz.1 meat! You might recognize it from meat-fest. That sauce is still fantastic.

We got a pastel which was a meat-filled pocket that had been deep-fried.

We got a pastel which was a meat-filled pocket that had been deep-fried.

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One Response to Brazil—Na na na na na na!— Fest!

  1. Robert Goldfarb says:

    We went to Rio some years ago and had the meats you describe. Still remember the flaming meats paraded around to our table. Great! Love your food posts. Keep em coming.

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