Traditional Brazilian Cuisine

Brazilian food is known as a multicultural cuisine due to its rich immigration culture. Join Adriana, a native Brazilian chef who has worked at a 2-stars Michelin restaurant in Sao Paulo and learn all the secrets to cook traditional dishes. We’ll make grilled cheese with chili honey sauce, Moqueca (fish and shrimp stew) served with Farofa (the most traditional side dish made with yucca flour). We’ll make the national cocktail of Brazil – Caipirinha. We’ll finish with Passion Fruit Mousse. You’ll learn where and how to shop for those ingredients. You are welcome to cook along in this class or just watch and learn. Instructor: Adriana Katekawa



Start Date

February 27, 2021









Saturday, February 27 from 11am-1pm.
This class will be online via Zoom. You will receive a link and recipe packet on how to connect 3 days before the class starts.

If you register the day before the class starts or the day of the class, please contact for the zoom link.

Instructors: Adriana Katekawa


Adriana Katekawa

Adriana Katekawa is certified in Culinary Coaching by Harvard Medical School/Institute of Lifestyle Medicine. Health Coach by the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN-NY) and graduated in Culinary Arts by Le Cordon Bleu. She is an experienced chef instructor teaching healthy cooking classes in the Netherlands, United States and Brazil. Culinary Director for EatWell Meal Kits in Boston, providing accessible healthy meals for urban families living in food insecure regions. Chef and Culinary Coach for Medicos na Cozinha (Doctors in the Kitchen), disseminating Culinary Medicine in Brazil. Food Stylist and recipe developer for books, magazines and social media. Bachelor in International Relations (University of Sao Paulo). Postgraduate in Business Administration (FGV / University of Chicago).