Travel & Food Videos

This is how this project started; telling stories about a trip in South America during 2017. While looking for a voice. I discovered that showing other people talents and passions could be a very powerful way to empower them.

Bolivian food in Cochabamba

Bolivian Food in Cochabamba

Bolivian food in Cochabamba Bolivian food is a very diverse cuisine. It has many influences, but its core is indigenous with some additions from the Spaniard colonization, that came from the Peruvian side (remember that Bolivia used to be part of Peru), but there are

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Nomad Cook in Salvador, Bahia

Acarajé 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

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Pão de queijo in Brumadinho


Pão de Queijo Pão de queijo recipe was one of my obsessions since I learned hot to make it. When I was in Brazil, I improved my recipe, because I made lots of pão de queijo. I’m sort of obsessed with this bread. This taste

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Nomad Cook visits Cultivo Tiradentes

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

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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

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Getting ingredients for Brazilian Feijoada at Sao Paulo Central Market

Brazilian Feijoada

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

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Barrero, Paraguay. Land of Chipa

Scouting: Barrero land of chipa

Barrero, land of chipa This time, I visited Barrero, land of chipa, to learn some more about this bread, filled with delicious cheese. So, we drove all the way to Eusebio Ayala, better known as Barrero; 2 hours away from Asuncion, to visit María Ana, also

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How to prepare Mate

How to prepare Mate

How to prepare Mate Mate is one of these drinks that either you hate or love. Its robust taste makes it difficult to experiment for the first time. But once the flavor has been in your mouth couple of times (and with the help of

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How to make Argentinian Asado

Argentinian Asado

How to make Argentinian Asado Hey everyone, want to learn How to make Argentinian Asado? Then you came to the right place! This time, I traveled to Buenos Aires, where I met Sol and Balta. Once I told them about the Nomad Cook project, they

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Preparing Alfajores in Bariloche

Argentinian Alfajores and Conitos

Alfajores in Bariloche I have to admit my addiction to chocolate and Dulce de Leche. If you put them together in a piece of deliciousness, you obtain alfajores. After watching this, you’re going to understand why I couldn’t stop eating alfajores in Bariloche. Welcome back to

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Preparing Chilean Food in Valparaíso

Chilean Porotos, Cazuela and Pebre

Let’s discover Chilean Gastronomy Welcome to the very first episode of the Nomad Cook, a project focused on the human part of cooking. This time we are talking about Chilean food. I went to Valparaíso, Chile to visit my friend Antonio, and he showed us

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