Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of feijoada.

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Examples

  • We noticed that no matter what level of restaurant, from street-side dining to white table cloth establishments, all moquecas and feijoadas in Salvador are served in panela de barro - rustic, hand-thrown clay dishes.

    Fernando Navas: Exploring Brazil: On The SAMBA Track

  • We wanted to taste the moquecas (traditional Brazilian fish/seafood stew), feijoadas (Brazilian/Portuguese stew of beans, beef and pork, commonly enjoyed for weekend brunch), acarajé (palm oil fritters stuffed with black eyed peas, onions and diced vegetables with spicy vatapá) in their more ʻoriginalʼ versions.

    Fernando Navas: Exploring Brazil: On The SAMBA Track

  • We wanted to taste the moquecas (traditional Brazilian fish/seafood stew), feijoadas (Brazilian/Portuguese stew of beans, beef and pork, commonly enjoyed for weekend brunch), acarajé (palm oil fritters stuffed with black eyed peas, onions and diced vegetables with spicy vatapá) in their more Ê»originalʼ versions.

    Fernando Navas: Exploring Brazil: On The SAMBA Track

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