Brazil: Afro Brazilian Food Workshop
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Keteka is a marketplace where travelers can book unique, authentic tours and activities with validated local guides. While serving in the Peace Corps in rural Panama, the founders were working on community tourism projects and realized that they wanted to create a better way to connect purposeful travelers with authentic, local experiences. "Keteka" is an indigenous Panamanian word that means "to get close to" and that's our goal, to bring you closer to your destination's culture, food, people, and natural environment.
Discover Afro-Brazilian Cuisine From A Local Brazilian Chef And Journey Back Into Time By Making It For Yourself.
Travel through history through this Afro-Brazilian Cuisine workshop!
Afro-Brazilian cuisine was brought to Brazil around the 16th century when the daily cuisine of Africa was slowly brought into and incorporated into daily Brazilian foods by slaves. Through dark times a bright light was born through delicious cuisine and this beautiful gift still exists today through Afro-Brazilian cuisine. Much of this cuisine includes rice, beans, couscous and corn with meat predominant in many of the dishes.
On this tour you will learn all about the beautiful recipes and dishes of this rich cuisine and even learn about how to prepare some of these dishes by a local chef!
Dive into the authentic and be paired with a local Brazilian chef who will teach you everything you need to know about Afro-Brazilian cuisine.