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Although Eat Rio, the blog, started life back in 2011, Eat Rio Food Tours didn’t get going until late 2013. Since those early days a lot has changed – a few guides have moved on to new pastures (shout out to Diana in Vermont, Angela in Melbourne and Felippe in Bristol!) and a few guides […]

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Our Eat Rio food tour guests sometimes ask us “Don’t you ever get bored doing these tours? Don’t they feel repetitive?”. The answer is “Not at all! Every tour is different”. Although we may be visiting the same market or juice bar several times in a the space of a week, each tour is unique […]

The post An Undercover Clown on the Eat Rio Food Tour appeared first on eatrio.net.

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At the very beginning of each of our food tours, the first thing the guide checks with the group is whether of them have any food allergies. The common ones are peanuts and shrimp, but the allergy list has a long tail and from time to time we encounter something unusual like sweet potatoes, strawberries […]

The post Making and hunting chocolate in Rio appeared first on eatrio.net.

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Hi all! Well, my new regime of adding a new blog post every Friday has not exactly been a resounding success – I’ve already missed a few Fridays and, if I’m honest, today’s post is really more of a quick note so I can hi and not miss another week. The good news though is […]

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Eat Rio by Tomlemes - 7M ago

The 12 months after the Olympics were tough for everyone working in tourism in Rio. It seemed like people just stopped coming here. I know plenty of businesses went under during that year and the rest of us suffered. Everyone seemed to have a theory for this decline – perhaps it was because of the […]

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Eat Rio by Tomlemes - 7M ago

[Collaborative Post] Rio has long been a draw to South America for many visitors from across the world, what with its vibrant and accepting culture, energetic locals and, perhaps most importantly, its selection of beautiful beaches. Planning a trip to the Brazilian city? Here are just three of the best beaches to discover during your […]

The post 3 of the best beaches in Rio appeared first on eatrio.net.

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Eat Rio by Tomlemes - 7M ago

In last week’s post I made a brief mention of a failed attempt to visit beer supply shop (this went down shortly after I had experienced a mellow kind of nirvana at a nearby snack bar). Well I expect you’ve all been eaten up with curiosity ever since, plagued by questions such as: Why a […]

The post Eat Rio Craft Beer Tours appeared first on eatrio.net.

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Eat Rio by Tomlemes - 7M ago

The longer I eke out a living on the fringes of the food world, the more I realise that I’m often most enchanted by the simple things. Sure, the idea of a 12 course tasting menu (with wine pairings – yay!) is really exciting, and the reality can be pretty fantastic, but I started to […]

The post A Misto Quente Moment appeared first on eatrio.net.

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Food, and all the industries involved in its production, preparation, sale and consumption, has a transformative effect on everything from landscapes and ecosystems to the lives of individuals and communities. Anyone who takes an interest in food would have to agree that these are interesting times. Whether we’re looking at how to grow and distribute […]

The post Thought For Food – Rio Summit 23-27th July 2018 appeared first on eatrio.net.

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Happy Friday readers! Having set myself the task of writing every Friday, I woke up this morning in a bit of a panic. Spare time is in short supply at the moment – in case you haven’t heard, there’s a World Cup on, and that means schedules are being squeezed and pushed around in order […]

The post World Cup encounters and a tough gig for Lonely Planet appeared first on eatrio.net.

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