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Announcing our partnership with Origens Brasil®

Announcing our partnership with Origens Brasil®

Culinary Culture Connections is proud to announce that 2 of our products, Pimenta Baniwa and Yanomami Mushrooms, will be sold with the Origens Brasil® (Brazil Origins) seal. The Origens Brasil® program was...

The women behind Baniwa Jiquitaia Pepper

The women behind Baniwa Jiquitaia Pepper

Between 2012 and 2017, 20,000 jars of Baniwa Jiquitaia Pepper were sold. The money is passed on, in full, to the families that do the...

Everything you wanted to know about Baniwa Jiquitaia Pepper: The book in PDF format

Everything you wanted to know about Baniwa Jiquitaia Pepper: The book in PDF format

The book includes fascinating information about the origin and cultural significance of Pimenta Baniwa (jiquitaia), a description of 43 of the more than 70 varieties...

An Evening of Amazonian Gastronomic Exploration and Discovery with Chef Beto Bellini in DeLand, Florida

An Evening of Amazonian Gastronomic Exploration and Discovery with Chef Beto Bellini in DeLand, Florida

Twenty-five guests attended our event of delightful Amazonian cuisine prepared by Chefs Beto Bellini and Almir da Fonseca at a family home in DeLand, Florida on May 25, 2018....

An Evening of Amazonian Gastronomic Exploration and Discovery

An Evening of Amazonian Gastronomic Exploration and Discovery

Follow the following link for coverage by Nick Gill of the New Worlder about our recent dinner event with Beto Bellini and special guest Almir...

Pimenta Baniwa from the Brazilian Amazon

Pimenta Baniwa from the Brazilian Amazon

A great article on Pimenta Baniwa by Nicholas Gill of the New Worlder. Check it out!

“What the Forest has” (Part II): Culinary Exploration in Brazilian Territories of Socio-Environmental Diversity

“What the Forest has” (Part II): Culinary Exploration in Brazilian Territories of Socio-Environmental Diversity

On Saturday, August 5, the “What the forest has” extravaganza at the Pinheiros Market in São Paulo offered tasting sessions organized around three Territories of Socio-Environmental Diversity from...

“What the Forest has” (Part I) - An event by the Instituto Socioambental and Instituto ATÁ Supporting Socio-Biodiversity Product Value Chains

“What the Forest has” (Part I) - An event by the Instituto Socioambental and Instituto ATÁ Supporting Socio-Biodiversity Product Value Chains

  On Saturday, August,5, Culinary Culture Connections attended a truly magnificent food event called “What the Forest has” at the Pinheiros Market in São Paulo....