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The Brazilian Cuisine is mix of native Amerindians, Portuguese, Africans, Italians, Spaniards, Germans, Syrians, Lebanese, and Asians, and among others and it is divided into five main cuisine regions:
- North (Picadinho de Jacaré, Tacacá and Açaí)
- Northeast (Vatapá, Moqueca and Acarajé)
- Southeast (Feijoada)
- South (Churrasco)
This is a list of Brazilian most famous food and drinks:
- Feijoada - Caipirinha - Pão de Queijo - Brigadeiro - Pastel - Tapioca - Carne de Sol - Pirô - Vatapá - Cocada - Queijadinha
Acre, Amazonas, Amapá, Pará, Rondônia, Roraima, and Tocantins
The region is known as Amazônia for it includes a large part of the rain forest, and tributaries flowing into the Amazon River. Culturally, the Amazon basin is heavily populated by native Indians or people of mixed Indian and Portuguese ancestry who live on a diet of fish, root vegetables such as manioc, yams, and peanuts, plus palm or tropical fruit.
The cuisine of this region is heavily influenced by indigenous cuisine. Popular dishes include Picadinho de Jacaré (a meal made from alligator meat), Tacacá and Açaí.
Tacacá is a soup common to Northern Brazil, particularly the states of Amazonas and Pará, and is well loved and widely consumed. It is made with jambú (a native variety of paracress), and tucupi (a broth made with wild cassava), as well as dry shrimps and small yellow peppers. It must be served extremely hot in a cuia.