A ladle of hot and flavorful bean stew is a must have at any meal in Brazil. We love our bean stew with a spoonful of white rice besides vegetables, beef, chicken or fish. On the plate, some prefer to […]
In April, PonderingTime editor Arthur Pahl published an article about Daniel Alvarez Jacobsen, who has made a name for himself in Colombia practicing the German butcher’s trade.
He’s young, he’s industrious, and on top of that, he’s very charming. Daniel Alvarez Jacobsen, known as the Sausage King of Colombia, has charisma and that can’t hurt if you try to make everything out of nothing.
If you love bananas, this easy banana ice cream will certainly become a favorite. It’s perfect to make ahead and keep in your freezer for any weekday or as a gathering dessert.
Hearts of palm are one of the most beloved Brazilian ingredients. As a tropical country, we have a few different palm trees that provide tender and delicious hearts. The indigenous people that lived in Brazil before the Portuguese arrival at […]
In Brazil, manioc is more popular than potato, which may sound crazy or strange to anyone elsewhere in the world. Manioc is not only unique and tasty, but also a very versatile ingredient, working perfectly well with both savory and […]
I was delighted when I received an invitation to make a Christmas Eve dinner with a Brazilian twist, since it would be a great opportunity to display a little bit of our culture in Germany. As every culture has their […]
There are many concepts and definitions of homeland. The majority is based on a relationship between a physical space, geographical and defined by language, culture, borders and traditions with an individual, whose emotional state echoes the same space.
Christmas Season is approaching, and PonderingTime feels pleased to announce an exceptional culinary highlight, days before Christmas. Brazilian star chef Heloisa Bacellar, has compiled delightful Christmas dinner recipes for our readers.