Traditional Brazilian breakfast A traditional Brazilian breakfast: fresh bread, meat, smoothie, etc.


  1. Felipe Rangel

    Seriously…There's no comparative to a brazilian "padaria" (bakery)

    In São Paulo you should go to eat a Bauru with warm "pão francês".

    (Bauru is a tipical Sao Paulo sandwich with cheese, roastbeef, tomatoes and oregano. Roastbeef is expensive so sometimes they change for ham but still very good. And with the warm bread is amazing)

  2. The ham and cheese is just occasionally, Usually we just buy fresh french bread (if we're lucky, sometimes the bread is still warm) and eat it with margarina, a healthier (and less expensive) kind of butter. And always with cofee or milk, or both.