Brazilian Challenge Day 230: Celebrating the Scots!

Saturday night I was able to celebrate one of the many aspects of my own heritage – Brazilian style (kind of)!

Day 230, we attended the Winter Ceilidh at the Brazilian British Centre. Sure there was Scottish dancing instead of Samba. But the real mix of Scots/Brazilian was in the food. Appetizers seemed to be Brazilian – deep fried mini eggs and small, mystery meat on a stick (Churrasco de Gato possibly?) But for the main meal it was Scots and curry – meat pie, spicy chicken, rice and apple pie.

For more information about being Scottish in Sao Paulo, visit the St. Andrew Society at http://www.standrews.com.br.

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3 Responses to Brazilian Challenge Day 230: Celebrating the Scots!

  1. Andrew Francis says:

    Deep fried mini eggs? Are you sure they weren’t scotch eggs?

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