Rodizio skewers of chicken, steak and pork are grilled at Churrasqueira Bairrada in Mineola. (July 12, 2013) (Credit: Yana Paskova)
The World Cup presents a great opportunity to get out of your dining rut and explore world cuisines. The weekend’s matches have me hankering for spanakopita, steak-and-kidney pie, spaghetti carbonara, teriyaki, fondue and chocolate éclairs.
The tournament’s host country, Brazil, is not well represented among Long Island restaurants, but rodizio, the Great Brazilian tradition of grilled, skewered...
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