On the plains of Southern Brazil, cowboys called gauchos would relax and tell stories of their adventures as they roasted meats over an open fire. The slow roasting of each tender cut allowed the individual taste to be retained – which is why this method became famous throughout the region. You can experience the same centuries old culinary tradition for your next group dining experience at Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse.
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