I just came back from a wonderful trip in Brazil this week end and enjoyed every bit of it.
This was my first time ever in the country and for this very first trip I had chosen to visit the Northern Part including Fortaleza, Salvador and Rio de Janeiro.
On this fantastic gastronomic journey I had the chance to taste Bahian food from Salvador and challenge myself with a non meat food experience. Many says the country boast the best meat in the world, I cannot agree more. However it is a cliché to reduce the country to barcecue. Brazil offers a large number of fish dishes and vegetarian alternative and to tell you the truth I have actually had more choice than my husband when not choosing meat !Fish, beans, vegetables, bananas etc..
Some of the highlights of this culinary experience is the moqueca of fresh fish ( fish stew cooked with coconut oil, fried plantain, mango juice, tapioca pancake and cake, acai, passion fruit mousse, fejao and all its declination – black bean stew)- to name a few…).
Here are some of the pictures from my intragram account :