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By Dave DeWitt and Nancy Gerlach “The Meating Place of Spice and Smoke”  The first outdoor cook to use chile peppers during a barbecue was Jaguar Claw, a somewhat hen-pecked paleo-Native American who lived in the Amazon Basin about 20,000 years ago. He had dispatched his prey with his spear, had butchered the world’s largest rodent with his new flint …

Brazilian Gaucho Barbecue

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by Marcelo Lima Food photographs courtesy of Manual do Churrasco Magazine Brazil is a huge country with many different heritages. Much like Americans, the Brazilian people are the sum of all the immigrants that moved in since these lands were discovered on April 22, 1500 (there’s a little controversy on this date, but it’s close enough). There seems to be …