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#1 LA : Gastronomy : Brazilian : from 06/01
LARestaurantes Brasileiros em Los Angeles

Nothing like um caldinho de feijão para espantar o frio e a ressaca, ou um suquinho de laranja espremido na hora para levantar o astral que o outono está tentando enterrar debaixo da coberta. Em restaurante brasileiro até los angeles cometem gula. Hey , nós não somos de ferro, somos de samba. Help us to keep this list updated, drop a line at anytime and let us know how good they are. Se aquele bobó deixou a desejar, ou se a caipirinha de maracujá compensou… We wanna know. Mean while enjoy!

Bossa Nova
685 N. Robertson Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Contact: 310.657.5070

By Brazil
1615 Cabrillo Ave.
Torrance, CA 90501
Contact: 310.787.7520

Café Brazil
10831 Venice Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Contact: 310.837.8957

Café Danssa
11533 W. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA
Contact: 310.478.7866

Espeto's do
#2 LA : Gastronomy : Issues : from 06/01
LAby Ana Lourdes Alvarenga

Have a seat, and let's talk meanwhile I cut up some vegetables. Who we will be cooking for dinner: Politicians or Corporations? Neither one. When BrazilConZé starts talking about food politics the last thing we want to do is to give you a stomachache. What we really want to do in this section is to open the dialogue between food production and food service, from it's seed to our table; queremos trazer à sala de jantar o que é não sai da cozinha. De onde veio o bicho morto congelado que mora na sua geladeira? Uma pergunta simples cuja a resposta é mais complexa que: - do supermercado ! Nossa ignorância tácita sobre o sistema alimentar no mundo está permitindo as maiores anomalies que a história da alimentação humana vai ter a infelicidade de guardar em seus recordes. Três em cada cinco americanos terão diabetes, ataque cardíaco, ou pressão alta nos próxi
#3 LA : Gastronomy : De Rua : from 06/07
LA* Hollywood Farmers Market Jul 16, 2006
From 8:30AM To 1:00PM
Buy fresh food and treats and support local farmers at the Hollywood Farmers Market-the largest in Southern California! Limited free parking available in the Doolittle Theatre parking lot at 1623 N. Vine Street.

The Hollywood Farmers' Market is a ''certified'' open-air street market with approximately 90 farmers, 40 local artisans, and 25 baked goods and prepared food vendors who sell their own products every Sunday. It is a direct-to-the-consumer marketplace with all produce and products from local, California vendors and growers. Besides offering a fantastic variety of the freshest California-grown fruits and vegetables, the Hollywood Farmers' Market has increasingly become a ''total package'' shopping venue. Other products include honey, fish, free-range poultry and eggs, goat and gouda cheeses, olives, mushrooms, sprou
#4 LA : Gastronomy : Around the Town : from 06/07
LANo need to fight boys! On the Food World Cup the French still hold the first Prize. Some restaurants to please your tongues AND your eyes. TO eat and be eaten - by hungry EYES only.

* Ortolan
@ 8338 W. Third St., Los Angeles | (323) 653-3300
This Frenchman Christophe Eme, Chefand Owner combines flavors in unusual ways, like serving an amuse bouche of langoutsine consomme and orange sabayon... well, well... he is living far from his mother's summer pear clafoutis.

* Cafe del Rey
@ 4451 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey | (310) 823-6395
Frank Fronda, Executive Chef made in Brooklyn, but as an 'exotic' traveler, spent long time in Thailand and Southeast Asia. But will can still find him celebrating - Italy, though It's where his roots are.

* Valentino
@ 3115 W. Pico Blvd., Santa Monica | (310) 829-4313
Another Italian for the toque team - Giacomo Pettinari, Chef de Cuisine a charismatic
#5 LA : Gastronomy : Brazilian : from 06/07
LA* Samba Brazilian Steakhouse & Bar
Brazilian beats and skewered meats
@ 207 N. Harbor Dr. Redondo Beach, 90277
(310) 374-3411
Cross Street: W. Beryl St.
Right on the ocean, this colorful Brazilian churruscaria serves up festive samba beats and skewered meats.
Brightly colored walls, scantily clad samba dancers and ocean breezes give this waterfront restaurant a lively island vibe: It's Rio meets Redondo. Marathon eating is the theme, with an all-you-can-eat menu that includes more than 15 varieties of meat, from quail and seafood to beef, pork and chicken, plus hot and cold buffets for salads and side dishes. Bustling servers carry large spits of meat through the dining room, stopping by tables to carve directly onto plates. The bar and lounge, with unobstructed views of the water, is the best place to sip caipirinhas or sangria after a day on the sand. The happy hour (Mon-Fri 5pm-7pm) o
#6 LA : Gastronomy : Issues : from 06/07
LA* Plant agroecology in the heart of the world
We would like to share a portion of text below, written by the Benedictine monk Marcelo Barros for the 'Fifth Conference of Agroecology - Developing a Popular and Sovereign Project for Agriculture'. The encounter occurred in Cascavel, Parana [Brazil] on June 7-10, where it brought together more than 5,000 agriculturists from across the state to exchange experiences and discuss agroecological production and sustainable development. The complete document can be found on the MST website on the internet.
Read more


#7 LA : Gastronomy : De Rua : from 06/06
LA* STIR IT UP AMERICA !
Video from the parents campaign to dump Coca Cola out from American Schools. This campaign is motivated by parents concerned with their childrens health. Many children in America are obese, and live out pharmaceuticals to relief alergies and all kinds illness mainly caused by poor diet.

* Enjoy a party: Venezuela Style Fiesta! @ MOLAA
Must RSVP by June 14th at (562) 437-1689 or online!
Kick off your summer with a wild party! Dance salsa and merengue under the stars in MoLAA's new Sculpture Garden. This party celebrating MoLAA's current exhibition of Venezuelan master Jesús Soto, will include exhibit tours, Venezuelan live bands, great music for dancing played by ''El Tiburon'' (DJ Joel Castillo), authentic Venezuelan hors d'oeuvres, and much more!Price For The Party Includes:
Venezuelan hors
#8 LA : Gastronomy : Around the Town : from 06/06
LAGastronomia, vai além de nibbles and high culinary - Se você não tem o understanding of what, how and why to eat, all the kitchen effort loses is useless. GEt some knowledge before eating chinese. You might find that dumplings tastier.

* THE HISTORY OF CHINESE FOOD IN LOS ANGELES
Saturday, June 10, 2006 10:30 a.m.
Sponsored by the Culinary Historians of Southern California, a FREE panel discussion moderated by Sonia Mak, Curator of the Chinese American Museum, featuring as panelists authors Carl Chu and Lisa See, and former Los Angeles City Councilman Michael Woo.
@ Mark Taper Auditorium of the Los Angeles Public Library. Parking is available in the 524 S. Flower Street garage for $1 on Saturdays and after 3:00 p.m. on weekdays with library card and library validation.

* FATHER's DAY CHAMPAGNE BRUNCH
Sunday, June 18th 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
In MoLAA's Sculpture Garden
Member's $55* •
#9 LA : Gastronomy : Brazilian : from 06/06
LA* PANELA VELHA É QUE FAZ COMIDA BOA
Cansado de ter que sair de casa para comer ''aquela comidinha caseira brasileira'' no restaurante que fica à uma hora de carro de onde você more?
Então - aqui vai uma dica saida do forno:
The Brazil- California Cultural Institute Oferece cursos de Culinária Brasileira e Português para Iniciantes
todos os Sábado 12:00-15:00
For MENU and price info :
BCCI - Brazil-California Cultural Institute
@ 10826 Venice Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232 Phone: 1-310-838-2081


* FOGO DE CHÃO - a melhor churrascaria Brasileira nos EUA.
Those who'd decry an all-you-can eat restaurant (with a salad bar!) as too chintzy for Beverly Hills underestimate just how much the smell of grilled meat affects people. Especially rich people. There are other Brazilian steakhouses in LA, but Fogo de Chao, part of an international chain, is the one drawing the unabashed—and loade
#10 LA : Gastronomy : Issues : from 06/06
LAOS PESCADORES ARTESANAIS PRECISAM DE AJUDA e os trabalhadores da Cana também. It's time to wash off some dishes.

Perdidos - R$ 6.949.878,70 - dos Royalties do Petróleo.
Há um Projeto na CCJ (Comissão de Constituição e Justiça) do Senado Federal, que é presidida pelo Senador Antonio Carlos Magalhães, que destina de 1% (um por cento) do valor total dos Royalties do Petróleo para os Pescadores Artesanais.

Estes serão destinados para a melhoria das embarcações, obras em entrepostos, construção de Camaras Frigorificas, que são apenas algumas obras necessárias para a melhoria da qualidade de vida de mais de 50.000 (cinquenta mil) famílias de Pescadores em todo o Brasil.

Um Breve Histórico:
O total de royalties pago (no mês de maio) aos 92 municípios do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, pela indenização da exploração de petróleo e gás na Bacia de Campos, foi de R$ 145.880.
#11 LA : Gastronomy : De Rua : from 06/05
LAMARKETS ARE BACK - What about you?

* Silver Lake Farmers Market SATURDAYS 8:00AM To 1:00PM
Buy fresh food and treats and support local farmers at the Silver Lake Farmer's Market. Corner of Sunset %26 Griffith Park Bl. in ''Triangle'' Park (with the fountain) Silver Lake Farmer's Market
Please try to park on Sunset, rather than in the neighborhood to minimize disruption for the residents.

* Hollywood Farmers Market SUNDAYS 8:30AM To 1:00PM
Buy fresh food and treats and support local farmers at the Hollywood Farmers Market--the largest in Southern California! Limited free parking available in the Doolittle Theatre parking lot at 1623 N. Vine Street. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
The Hollywood Farmers' Market is a ''certified'' open-air street market with approximately 90 farmers, 40 local artisans, and 25 baked goods and prepared food vendor
#12 LA : Gastronomy : Around the Town : from 06/05
LAFOOD FOR THOUGHT
* Selected Shorts: A Celebration of the Short Story-FOOD FICTIONS!
Sunday May 19,20, 21, 2006 3 pm
Harold M. Williams Auditorium, Getty Center
This spring's annual return of Selected Shorts story readings features a delicious menu of food fictions! Actors John Lithgow, Jane Kaczmarek, Fionnula Flanagan, Shohreh Aghdashloo, John Shea, René Auberjonois, Christina Pickles, and other terrific actors read tales of meals and cooking by Alice McDermott, Roald Dahl, Anton Chekhov, V.S. Pritchett, James Thurber, M.F.K. Fisher, Calvin Trillin, Kenneth Grahame, Jhumpa Lahiri, Laurie Colwin, and Damon Runyon. Tickets $20; $15 students/seniors.
@ GETTY CENTER

* LUNCH TALK - a petit APPETIZER !
From the classics to the cutting-edge, the UCLA Hammer Museum always presents a wide range of artworks from the permanent collection to temporary exhibitions to Hammer Projects. Join Museum
#13 LA : Gastronomy : Brazilian : from 06/05
LAPENSANDO EM RECOMEÇAR AQUELA HORTA que o inverno matou - aqui vai uma dica preciosa.
* FREE GARDENING WORKSHOPS PLANNED, LOW-COST COMPOST BINS AVAILABLE
Personnel of the Department of Public Works' Bureau of Sanitation
will be conducting free ''smart gardening'' workshops and selling low-cost backyard composting bins to
the public on May 20.
This special one-day gardening workshops and compost bin sales event will be held at the Griffith Park Composting Education Facility, 5400 Griffith Park Drive.
The free garden workshops will be held at 10 a.m. and 12 Noon at the location. The workshops will provide instruction on composting yard waste, grass-cycling, ''water-wise'' gardening, how to compost, worm composting and other environmental tips.
The Earth Machine, touted as North America's No. 1 backyard composter, will be one of the composters offered for sale during the day at the di
#14 LA : Gastronomy : Issues : from 06/05
LAFROM THE AGRARIAN REFORM FRONT MST - INFORME. MST is the most important social movement in search for Agrarian Reform in Brasil, quiça no mundo.

1. MST UPDATE #114: [04/20/06] Manifesto of the Americas - In defense of nature %26 biological and cultural diversity

We live in a dominant economic system that for centuries has engaged in the unlimited exploitation of all ecosystems and their natural resources. This strategy has generated economic growth and, for some countries, what has been called ''development,'' and has privileged the consumption and well-being of a small fraction of humanity. And, unfortunately, it has excluded the great majority of humanity from access to minimum conditions for survival... Faced with this dramatic situation, we feel the need
#15 LA : Gastronomy : De Rua : Latest
LA::Live Music at Los Angeles Farmers Markets Bars
Thursday and Friday nights the Original Farmer's Market presents live music on the West Patio. Thursdays are dedicated to all things jazzy while Fridays mix it up with bands like Bobby Matmos Afro-Cuban Band and funksters Atomic Sherpas.
Thursdays-Fridays | Farmers Market, 6333 W. Third St., Los Angeles | (323) 933-9211

::LA 11th TOFU FESTIVAL
• August 12, 2006 2:00 PM - 10:00 PM
• August 13, 2006 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
@ Little Tokyo
237 S. San Pedro Street , Los Angeles , 90013
Cross Streets: 2nd Street / South San Pedro St.Downtown LA
Phone: (213) 473-3030
The 11th Annual L.A. Tofu Festival will be held in Little Tokyo, the Japanese district in downtown Los Angeles. The festival will feature over 100 imaginative and delicious tofu dishes served by L.A.’s hottest
#16 LA : Gastronomy : Around the Town : Latest
LA::All Corked Up International Wine and Food Festival
August 19, 2006 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
@ Saugus Speedway
22500 Soledad Canyon Road , Santa Clarita , 91350
Cross Streets: Valencia Blvd. / Soledad Canyon Rd.
(661) 799-7979
$55 per person. All proceeds going to the Santa Clarita Senior Center.Over 18 differnet restaurants pairing food to the different wine regions of the world!Uncork your senses in a world of fine wines, mouth-watering food, music and art as All Corked Up presents a one-day, all-encompassing Wine Festival benefiting the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center on August 19th. Award winning vintners such as Caymus, Silver Oak and Gaja will be on hand tasting their wines and offering them this night only at special prices! Throughout the evening, the atmosphere will be alive with Blues mus
#17 LA : Gastronomy : Brazilian : Latest
LA* Samba Brazilian Steakhouse & Bar
Brazilian beats and skewered meats
@ 207 N. Harbor Dr. Redondo Beach, 90277
(310) 374-3411
Cross Street: W. Beryl St.
Right on the ocean, this colorful Brazilian churruscaria serves up festive samba beats and skewered meats.
Brightly colored walls, scantily clad samba dancers and ocean breezes give this waterfront restaurant a lively island vibe: It's Rio meets Redondo. Marathon eating is the theme, with an all-you-can-eat menu that includes more than 15 varieties of meat, from quail and seafood to beef, pork and chicken, plus hot and cold buffets for salads and side dishes. Bustling servers carry large spits of meat through the dining room, stopping by tables to carve directly onto plates. The bar and lounge, with unobstructed views of the water, is the best place to sip caipirinhas or sangria after a day on the sand. The happy hour (Mon-Fri 5pm-7pm) o
#18 LA : Gastronomy : Issues : Latest
LA::Plant agroecology in the heart of the world
We would like to share a portion of text below, written by the Benedictine monk Marcelo Barros for the 'Fifth Conference of Agroecology - Developing a Popular and Sovereign Project for Agriculture'. The encounter occurred in Cascavel, Parana [Brazil] on June 7-10, where it brought together more than 5,000 agriculturists from across the state to exchange experiences and discuss agroecological production and sustainable development. The complete document can be found on the MST website on the internet.
Read more

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Hortaliças brasileiras nos EUA
Brasileiros residentes naquele país são os principais compradores
Jocéli Meyer
Hortaliças brasileiras como jiló, taioba, quiabo, abóboras e maxixe estão chegando às prateleiras dos su
#19 LA : Gastronomy : De Rua : from 06/04
LAGRAND CENTRAL MARKET - LOS ANGELES OLDEST AND LARGEST OPEN_AIR MARKET
Experience the international diversity of Los Angeles at the Grand Central Market. Offering fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, poultry and fresh fish from California and around the world, the Grand Central Market has been a hub of bustling activity since 1917. A place where thousands of people from all walks of life come to meet with old and new friends, shop for the best bargains in town or just to have a cone of ice cream on a sunny California afternoon. All that shopping can work up an appetite - lucky for you! There's no better place in Los Angeles to sit down, relax and enjoy a tasty treat: the biggest burritos in town. .. herb roasted chicken hot off the rotisserie. .. overstuffed pupusas. .. Cuban sandwiches. .. you may well discover a dish you've never even heard of - but can't wait to try. Have a leisurely meal
#20 LA : Gastronomy : Around the Town : from 06/04
LAWHEN FOOD MEET THEATHER
*Forgot that mid-day espresso shot and opt for lunch and a show at TheatreExpresso instead. Every Thursday, the comedy troupe offers a lunch-and-live-theater combo that fits neatly in a typical lunch hour. In the new play Self? Help! a man discovers his ex-girlfriend promoting self-help techniques on national TV. Conveniently, the self-help is abundant. There are two shows (11:50 a.m. and 1:10 p.m.) and three meals to choose from: tri-tip beef and garlic-herb vegetable skewers, grilled chicken sesame noodle salad and garlic-herb vegetable skewers. The Pacific Center, 523 W. Sixth St., (310) 452-5567 or theatreexpresso.com.

A BOOK to take OFF and AROUND the Town.
* HANDS UP - BOOK IS OUT
'My Life in France'
Julia Child with Alex Prud'homme
Alfred A. Knopf: 322 pp., $25.95
Child wrote ''My Life in France'' with Alex Prud'homme, her grandnephew. They began the proje
#21 LA : Gastronomy : Brazilian : from 06/04
LA* We lost an hour of sleep to Daylight Savings Time, but we gained exposure to sunshine. Celebrate by catching rays and catching up on your grocery shopping at one of Downtown's mid-week farmers markets. On Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. head over to Fifth Street between Flower Street and Grand Avenue in the Financial District for produce, flowers, baked goods and more. Or pick up veggies, blooms, bread, honey, nuts and other items on Thursday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the 7+Fig Farmers Market, 725 S. Figueroa St., (213) 955-7150 or 7+fig.com.

#22 LA : Gastronomy : Issues : from 06/04
LAFood politics are spoiling our meal not only in LA, where it is sold,but mainly where it is produced. Be AWARE. Our foos supply is facing danger - act while you can.

* MST INTERVIEW: [03/29/06] ''With regard to the Agrarian Question, nothing has been resolved''Marina dos Santos, of the MST's National Coordinating Body, discusses the Movement's recent actions in this exclusive interview:
Q] In March, the MST conducted land occupations in 17 states. Why?
A] There are families who have been living under black plastic tents for 5, 6 years, who see no solutions presented for the problems they continue to face...Read more

Today, more than one billion people around the world do not have access to safe water to drink!
Unless something is done today, this pr

 

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