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|08-05-2015, 01:50 PM||#1|
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Road 2 Rio: How to eat your way through the city
Brazilians love their steaks just as much as Texans. In fact, food is a big part of the culture.
Nothing says being in Rio like a feast at a traditional churrascaria, a Brazilian steakhouse.
Meat waiters come to the table with knives and a skewer speared with various kinds of meat, including beef, pork, filet mignon, lamb, chicken, sausage and even chicken hearts.
In most parts of Brazil , the churrasco, Portugeuse for barbecu, is roasted over coals.
Another can't-miss in Rio is the street food.
Breads and pastries are big in Rio too. Especially if you're looking for a snack. They can take pretty much anything and wrap it in dough.
Texans will be right at home in Rio. Make sure you check it out.