Ages 21+. Spend an evening at BARN with Chef Sandra Rocha Evanoff talking about Brazilian food history while making its national dish. Feijoada (pronounced fay-jwa-da) is Brazil’s national dish - and what a dish it is! Feijoada is made with black beans and features a variety of pork and beef products. It's served with rice, collard greens, orange slices, and sometimes fried plantains. It can be topped with farofa (toasted cassava flour.)
There are many ways to make feijoada - each Brazilian state has its own variety. Chef Sandra has created one for the Pacific Northwest using corned beef, Italian sausage, beef, sausage, bacon, ribs, and lots of love from Brazil.
The class will begin with an introduction about how Brazil’s history has influenced its food culture and then you'll dive into dinner preparations. Then everyone will sit together, Brazilian style, to share their cooking experiences, learn more about the Brazilian culture, and enjoy a three-course dinner and a caipirinha, a traditional Brazilian cocktail.