Hello Comida Conecta! We return today to a post deeply connected to our purpose: food connections. Our scenario will be the Spiandorello Restaurant, located in the city of Jundiaí, near São Paulo. If you do not know Spiandorello or Jundiaí,
You probably have already heard this phrase right? Dude, I’m not following, you are sounding like an Arab! You got it, let’s talk about Arab food today, but first I wanted to get some premeditated concepts about Arab food or
Okay, you must be wondering where the hell this place is right? Let’s rescue some history before we talk about food. This kingdom, also known as Kingdom of Sion, had its capital decreed in 1782 in a city of Bangkok.
Hello guys! If you have some Italian family ancestry, you’ve probably heard that phrase from a relative, right? Well … Even if you do not have it, I think you probably heard it out there. Very simple to translate into
And here we go again! Fish and Chips, Fish N ‘Chips, fish and chips, made in Brazil, made in England, whatever! We came here today to talk about an original English recipe, but it has already spread all over the
Hi everyone from Comida Conecta. Today we will be talking about a recent experience. My wife has a Japanese family (my in-laws arrived in Brazil in the 1970’s) and her uncles, cousins, husband and son spent three weeks in Brazil.
What!? I’m reading this? Polish cuisine with this name? Are you sure you did not write the post title wrong? Yes, yes, my dear ones, Comida Conecta returns with a post about Polish Cuisine. We are in São Paulo, in
Hello guys! Today’s post is directed to the Festival do Japão, (Japan Festival) event that had its 21st edition, held in São Paulo. Of course we will talk about food, but remembering our purpose here, I always like going to
Hello Comida Conecta! You may have seen this name before in a past post, but the reality is that we are writing today about the chef, writer and owner of a brilliant mind, Anthony Bourdain, who passed away at age
Hi folks, we’re back! Today we will talk about two traditional recipes from Syrian cuisine: Shawarma and Falafel. Starting with the origins of these two ancient recipes, we passed through the Middle East / Levant / Ottoman Syria / Greece