By Antonov S.A.
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Breakfast is usually a small meal in Brazil. Lunch is the biggest meal of the day. At lunch, people relax and enjoy dining with family and friends. Sometimes people will take hours to eat lunch. Dinner may be served late in big cities. Don’t be surprised if you get a dinner invitation for 9:00 at night! 42 AC Y T I V I T BRAzIL RECIPE Do you like French toast? if so, you’ll love the brazilian version. it is served at Christmas in certain regions. This recipe requires the use of a stove. ask an adult for help when heating anything.
Soak the bread in batches of a few pieces at a time. 4. use the spatula to lift each piece of bread and place it carefully in the hot pan. have an adult help you. Cook the number of pieces of bread that will comfortably fit into the pan at one time. make sure you have space to flip them over! 5. after 1 to 2 minutes, use the spatula to check the color of the side of bread touching the pan. When it is golden brown, flip it over and cook the other side. 6. When the second side is golden, remove the rabanada from the pan.
Some put their offerings on small boats. They believe that if the boats sink, the goddess has accepted their gifts and will bring them good things in the coming year. If the boats return, it means the goddess has refused the gifts. 33 rt Northeast pa e th in e v li o hia. people wh ndence of Ba e ✒ On July 2, p e d In e th brate of Brazil cele On April 21, the people of Brazil celebrate Tiradentes Day. This holiday is in memory of Joaquim José da Silva Xavier, a dentist who went by the name Tiradentes.