I do! It’s one of my “musts” when I travel anywhere. I enjoy searching for regional faves and “exotic” items that I can bring home to experiment with later. Local supermarkets are also a great place to buy gifts for your family and friends.
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Salvador, Bahia. A place with a time of its own, where popular culture is current yet the past is present, not relived—a part of life. Filled with colonial wonders, cobblestoned streets, sandy beaches, clay-brick shacks and modern concrete apartment buildings. Salvador a third-world city with traffic jams and crowds, is a city with soul. It’s a place one will not soon forget, the feelings that consume you while there, continue to resonate. Salvador is bright, outgoing and receives all with open arms.
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My friend from Rio just informed me via the global connectedness of social media, that Unidos da Tijuca are the Samba School Champions of Rio de Janeiro’s Carnaval!!! I was fortunate enough to be a part of this electrifying spectacle in 2011 and it was honestly an event in which I could compare to no other. I’m talking jaw dropping effects and fantastic people watching, did I mention it lasts all night long!
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Fall is creeping in with crisp and cooler evenings. Kitchens warmed with simmering stews and soups are quintessential classics. This is a Brazilian take on “boiled dinner” or stew.
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