Thursday, January 26, 2012

A Round-up of Paulista Recipes

Avenida Paulista and MASP - Museu de Arte de São Paulo
Among the nearly 700 posts on Flavors of Brazil, there are lots which are concerned with Brazil's largest city, São Paulo. We've reported about the various ethnic traditions of Paulista gastronomy - Italian, Portuguese, Syrian and Japanese among others. We've discussing the boom in high-style, high-price contemporary gastronomy - restaurants that are ranked among the best in the world, and prices which are ranked among the highest in the world. And we've talked about how the São Paulo food scene is only just beginning to value the traditional regional cuisines of other parts of Brazil.

We've also printed a number of the most well-known and well-loved recipes from São Paulo. As part of São Paulo's birthday week, we've decided to revisit some of these recipes and to highlight some new ones. Today, we'll provide links to recipes from São Paulo that have previously been published on Flavors of Brazil and for the rest of the week, we'll add a few more to our "São Paulo collection."

Simply click the links below to be directed to some of São Paulo's most famous recipes:

Cuzcuz Paulista

Fresh Ham Sandwich

Meatballs in Tomato Sauce

Virado à Paulista

Fried Fish, São Paulo style

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