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Slow Food Tucson – Bravo Brazil

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Slow Food Tucson is back with a new board and some new ideas. Learn more about Slow Food Tucson on Saturday, June 20 (12:30 p.m.) when they host a Brazilian Feijoada lunch at Fiorito’s (Brazil / Italy). Learn the history of this national dish prepared by a native Brazilian.

Feijoada – Black bean and meat, pork and sausages stew served on rice and accompanied by collard greens,orange slices, salsa and cassava meal (farofa)
Vegetarian Feijoada – Black bean and tofu products and legumes stew
Dessert – Queijadinha (coconut and cheese pudding)
Iced tea, coffee, lemonade and Pepsi

Cash Bar:
Brazilian traditional drinks:
Caipirinha (Brazilian margarita) – $4.50
Guarana soda – $1.90

The menu is $25 per person for Slow Food Tucson members and $30 for non-members.

Fiorito’s Restaurant is located at 2702 E. Grant Road 

All events require prepayment. The deadline for June’s event is Wednesday, June 17. You can now pay online.

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