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Brazilian Cow's-Foot Soup

5 monthes ago   |   By Saveur

Grated cassava gives this nourishing soup its silky texture. The signature dish at Mocotó, one of São Paulo's most celebrated restaurants, is a hearty cow's-heel soup by the same name. Hailing from the Brazilian backlands of the Sertão, the stew is a comforting taste of home for Sertão transplants in São Paulo, including Mocotó founder José Oliveira de Almeida. When his son Rodrigo took over the restaurant, he swapped out the traditional cornmeal or wheat flour for grated cassava, resulting in a much lighter and more flavorful broth. Featured in: In Brazil, Finding Comfort in Cow's Foot...
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In Brazil, Finding Comfort in Cow's Foot Soup

In Brazil, Finding Comfort in Cow's Foot Soup

5 monthes ago   |   By Saveur

Get the recipe for Brazilian Cow's-Foot Soup » "My father started cooking through memories," says Rodrigo Oliveira, at his restaurant Mocotó in Vila Medeiros, a working-class neighborhood on the outskirts of São Paulo. His father, José Oliveira de Almeida-who goes by Seu Zé-was born in Sertão, the drought-stricken and impoverished backlands of northeastern Brazil. It's a place that includes parts of nine different states but has no exact borders, giving it an almost mythic presence in the Brazilian imagination. Almeida, now in his 80s, arrived in São Paulo in a mass migration in the 1960s...
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