Petisco Brazuca

these photographs highly remind me of several variety of fried snacks i commonly encounter in indonesia… there, these fried finger foods are classed and referred to as ‘gorengan’ which literally means fried – many have fillings of meat, vegetables, rice noodles, or a mix of those plus herbs… they are usually eaten with a mild type of small green chilli called, ‘cabe rawit’…

Me and The City

As any good Brazilian, one of the things I missed the most when I moved here was the food. Luckily, NYC is the best place in the world and you can find anything you want. One of the things I love is called “coxinha.” Coxinha is like a croquette that is usually filled with chicken, cheese or some meat. When Ricardo, from the Petisco Brazuca, contacted me telling about their company I got super excited.  Petisco means basically snacks that are traditional in Brazil.

Those things don’t exist in the US, unless is made  by a Brazilian, so here is your chance to try. You just have to, haha.  One of the things that Petisco Brazuca also makes are the croquetes filled with chocolate or dulce de leche. It’s almost like churros, only better. Here is a little bit more about Petisco:

“The Petisco Brazuca was created through our…

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