The Churrasco (pronounced, Shoo-Has-Co) tradition dates back over 300 years when the Southern Brazilian cowboys (also called Gauchos) would head out to the plains in search of the highest grade of livestock. Upon their return, the Gauchos would head out to the plains in search of the highest grade of livestock.
Upon their return, the Gauchos would prepare the meat on large sword-like skewers over an open flame, whilst telling stories of their adventures. Families would prepare a healthy range of accompaniments to compliment the succulent meats. The Gauchos would take great pride in carving these wonderful offerings for their families.
Fortunately you do not need to travel to Brazil for this experience – it is yours when you dine with MINAS CAFÉ here in Norwood, MA. Immediately you will feel the need to return, bringing family and friends to share this amazing way of eating.