Art of Brazilian Cooking, The

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Pelican Publishing Company, Inc., Sep 20, 2012 - Cooking - 26 pages
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A taste of Brazil from the street markets to the table. Travel from vendor to vendor through the street markets of S?o Paulo, Brazil, then experience each ingredient and step of the country's most valued recipes. This mouthwatering cookbook takes the taste of Brazil's most authentic foods-such as pork tenderloin, fish with papaya and banana, coconut pudding with mango and strawberry sauce, squash soup, and rice with bananas-and presents them in a way any home cook can enjoy. These stories and recipes are paired with cultural details and a glossary of market locations.

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Sandra Cuza, born in Kansas and raised in Southern California, moved to S?o Paulo, Brazil, in 1993. A short story, feature film, television film, and drama writer and novelist, Cuza taught creative writing with the American Society upon her arrival in Brazil. A foodie herself, she began experimenting with Brazilian cuisine in her spare time, which served as the inspiration for this book. Cuza received a BA from Mills College in Oakland, California, and a MA from Pacific Oaks College in Pasadena, California. She is a member of the Authors Guild and the International Women?s Writing Guild. Her articles have been published in various literary magazines, and her accolades include first place in the Indiana Writers? Center Contest in 2005.

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