By Pedro Carrizo
Italian flavors have always been present in the history of Brazil’s state of Rio Grande do Sul, so they could not be left out of the gastronomic route of the Bom Gourmet Festival in Porto Alegre.
From March 3 to 26, the event puts renowned restaurants of the gaucho capital in the spotlight that have prepared special menus for a fixed price.
Five of the 15 selected establishments represent the ‘Cucina della Nonna’, with . . .