African Diaspora in Brazil
Moqueca is one of the most famous dishes in Brazil and a staple of Afro-Brazilian cooking. In Paraty, Flavia runs a restaurant out of her home that specializes in Bahian cooking. She showed us how to prepare the dish and talked about the importance of this food to her, her family, and her community.
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