Here speaks Enzo Buzz, and this is my third post in the week :-[) ! And now, today we have the most typical Brazilian meal: "Feijoada". This meal is made by cooking black beans with sausages, back, ribs and other pork cuts, served with rice, crumbles and steamed kale (I like a little bit of pepper sauce). In my school we have "Feijoada" every Wednesday, but in my school is somewhat different. The black beans isn't cooked with the pork, and every week it looks different, it is a different pork cut.
Today is gammon. I don't eat beans, but I eat "Feijoada". I doesn't make sense, I know, but I eat. My picture shows black beans, rice, gammon, steamed kale (I need eat in double, because my brother throw all the his kale on my dish >:-(]), corn flour crumbles, salad with - lettuce, watercress, tomatoes and grated carrot - And a fresh juice, in the meal, is a fresh grape juice.
Health rating- 8/10
Price- about R$10,00 (£3,16,$5)
Pieces of hair– none
Number of Olympic medals won by Brazil-9 until now. Go volleyball!!! Go Boxing!!! Go Brazil!!!
Veg sent me an e-mail asking to speak of Brazil, but in Portuguese. Now I go speak in portuguese.
Agora falando em português. São Paulo é a maior cidade da América Latina, e uma das maiores do mundo. O bairro onde moro, a Mooca, é antigo, tem mais de 400 anos, é onde os imigrantes da Europa ficaram depois de chegarem aqui. Então temos várias influências, sendo que a mais forte é a italiana.
Aqui em São Paulo é um ótimo lugar para uma criança morar. Tem ótimos lugares para jogos virtuais, temos o SESC, com várias atrações legais, temos vários parques e vários museus com várias exposições diferentes. A cidade fica perto da praia, da minha casa a praia de Santos fica a mais ou menos 1h de carro. E estamos a 35 minutos de avião do Rio de Janeiro.
O prato mais típico do Brasil é a feijoada, como expliquei no primeiro parágrafo. Mas há vários pratos típicos e ótimos, como o "Acarajé", que é um bolinho de feijão recheado com creme de camarão e pimenta, o feijão tropeiro, que é um feijão sem caldo misturado com farofa e carnes, etc. Há uma variedade de pratos incríveis!
Now speaking in Portuguese. Sao Paulo is the largest city in Latin America and the largest in the world. The neighborhood where I live, Bristol, is old, has more than 400 years, is where the immigrants were from Europe after arriving here. So we have many influences, and the stronger the Italian. Here in São Paulo is a great place for a child to live. It has great places to virtual games, we have the SESC, with various attractions legal, we have several parks and museums with several different exposures. The city is close to the beach from my house for Santos beach is about 1 hour by car. And we are 35 minutes by plane from Rio de Janeiro. The most typical dish of Brazil is feijoada, as explained in the first paragraph. But there are several dishes and great, as the "Acarajé" which is a bean cake filled with cream and pepper shrimp, beans drover, who is not a bean broth mixed with manioc flour and meat, etc.. There are a variety of amazing dishes!
Tomorrow, I go again to the Curumim, and we have a new dish, which is... surprise!
Today is only this, this all folks, See Ya!