Acarajé in Salvador, Bahia

Nomad Cook in Salvador, Bahia

Acarajé in Salvador, Bahia Acarajé Acarajé is a popular dish in the city of Salvador da Bahia. However, its origins were back in Africa some centuries ago, and when Portuguese colonizers brought slaves from there. They brought their traditions and food to the new land. The Brazilian version is a bread made of black-eyed-peas deep fried […]

Cultivo Tiradentes

Nomad Cook visits Cultivo Tiradentes

Cultivo Tiradentes After preparing Minas Gerais food, I visited Cultivo Tiradentes; I got invited by the staff of Cultivo Bistrô to try out their delicious food and concept; and had a pleasant conversation with Daniel, co-owner of Cultivo. Tiradentes is one of my favorite towns from my trip through South America; I also took one of […]

Minas Gerais Food

Minas Gerais food

Minas Gerais Food When people around the world think of Brazilian food, some dishes like feijoada will come to your mind, maybe, if you have some Brazilian friends you’ve heard about pão de queijo. But inside of this big and beautiful country. Minas Gerais food is famous for being delicious. The state of MG This […]

Brazilian Feijoada

Getting ingredients for Brazilian Feijoada at Sao Paulo Central Market

Brazilian Feijoada Hey everyone! Welcome back to one more cooking video. This time, my friend Maiara is going to show us how to prepare a delicious Brazilian Feijoada. One of the most famous and representative Brazilian dishes. Some history Brazilian Feijoada was created some centuries ago when the slavery in Brazil was still a thing. […]

Scouting: São Paulo, Brazil

Mirante Efêmero

Scouting São Paulo At the beginning of this trip, I wasn’t thinking about creating a blog about cooking with friends from different countries. Neither that I would be thinking about starting new sections, and that is very exciting to me. Let’s scout in São Paulo. This is one more effort to improve the content quality, creating […]