Brazil is a country widely known for its warm temperatures, sizzling dance…
Halloween, otherwise known as All Hallows’ Eve, has a long and perhaps confusing history to most people. Many look at the holiday as just a fun, secular time for kids to dress up in fun costumes and go trick-or-treating, though it’s likely that the trick-or-treating is chiefly an American practise, stemming from, ironically enough, a medieval English activity called ‘going a-souling.’
Feijoada is one of the most well-known and common dishes in Brazilian cuisine, and it has a long history, as well as many variations based on region and in-season ingredients.
While it’s officially autumn and the leaves and the temperature are falling, there’s no reason why you can’t still enjoy a mixed drink that will keep your mind on the sand, surf and Brazil’s warm temperatures: the caipirinha.