By Bryan Gregory Sanders, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Most travelers who have been to Brazil, or are thinking about it, have heard of the soulful Brazilian staple feijoada, the flavorful stew of black beans and pork that is a must-try as Brazil’s national dish. Most traditional restaurants in Brazil serve it, but for the kitchen-competent, this home-style mouth-watering experience tastes best at home.

Feijoada is typically served Saturdays throughout the country, and sometimes on Wednesdays (a holdout from old Catholic dietary restrictions). Especially during the winter months it is common for

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