Even though we call it limonada (from lemon), what we use is the brazilian lime that we call lemon in Brazil. If you make this drink in the US please use limes if you are in Brazil use the brazilian lemon.
Caipirinha is a drink made with the Brazilian cachaça, a distilled alcohol made from sugar cane.
I went to a party a few day ago! I'm telling you this because was amazed by how everyone was into Forró! That was the dance music of choice for this very international group that included Americans, Argentineans, Japanese, Italians and of course, brazilians! They were dancing and singing and making me feel I was in Recife. Recife was, in a summer long gone, where I learned to dance forró!
I'm happy to announce our first season online. Yes!!! We are celebrating Salvador this season. Salvador was Brazil's first capitol and major port. This is a historic city with beautiful beaches and traditions.
I have received e-mails from people wanting to know who are my favorite Brazilian singers. This is a list I had put in my site months ago. I added a couple of artists here. To tell you the truth this is a small list of what I love.
None of those Cds are new releases. I found myself enjoying them last week and and they are great!
Now you can workout on your own schedule with renowed performer and instructor Vanessa Isaac's vibrante routines based on Brazilian, world dance and yoga. Add a bit of Brazilian flair to your life!