How Cake Became a Form of Resistance Under Brazil’s Military Dictatorship
Seeking a way to evade government censors during the military regime that took power in 1964, journalists inserted subversive cake recipes into the pages of Brazil’s national newspapers.
At This Gym, the Cafe Is as Important as the Workout
“It was always my goal to create a community space like I used to have in my gym in Brazil. You can train and compete but you don’t have to be arrogant."
These Gothic Cheese Balls Are as Dark as Your Heart
London-based Brazilian chef Rita Duarte gives pães de queijo, the traditional South American cheese bread, a Halloween makeover.
Pão de Queijo Is Cheesy, Gluten-Free Comfort Food
Rita Duarte taught herself to bake the traditional Brazilian cheese and cassava flour bread after moving from São Paulo to Norwich. "Everyone missed pão de queijo so I decided to start making them myself, for my family,” she says.
Lisbon Is Going Crazy for These Nutella-Topped Brazilian Pancakes
Brazilian expats living in the Portuguese capital have introduced their new home to tapioca pancakes: a traditional dish made using the cassava root flour, and topped with everything from shredded beef to Nutella.