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Maracujá – Passion Fruit

This small and colourful fruit (Passiflora edulis, Maracujá in Portuguese) is native to Brazil, Paraguay and the north of Argentina. At Fazenda we’re proud to follow our roots and include it in many of our recipes. It’s flavour is tangy, with a hint of sweetness too. read more

Fazenda's Maracuja Mousse

Brazilian beaches

Did you know that Brazil is the country with the biggest tropical coast in the world?

Its warm blue waters, clear sandy beaches and hundreds of islands make it one of the most coveted destinations to visit. read more

Pernambuco, by Ricardo P Alves

Fazenda Rodizio

Fazenda is a Brazilian rodizio (or churrascaría) that uses the traditional gaúcho way of cooking meat – slowly grilled on open flames to preserve the individual taste of each cut of meat. read more

Fazenda Rodizio

Doce de leite

You can choose the name you’d like to give it, Doce de Leite (Brazil), Dulce de Leche (Argentina), Manjar (Ecuador-Chile), Caramel (UK), among many others; but one thing is for certain, there are very few people who will try it and not fall in love immediately with its heavenly flavour.

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