Viva Sao Joao feast
Anglų skaidrės. Viva Sao Joao feast. Contents. Viva Sao Joao feast History of Viva Sao Joao feast What do people wear. Feast Sao Joao is celebrated on June 24 every year. History of Viva Sao Joao feast. Sao Joao's celebration has continued for about 175 years now. What do people wear? Men dress up as farm boys with large straw hats and women wear pigtails. What do they eat? The use of corn and peanuts is very popular during Viva Sao Joao. What do they do? Like during Carnival, these festivities involve costume-wearing. Unusually facts. Feast Viva S?o Jo?o is called differently Festa Junina. Thank you for watching!
The use of corn and peanuts is very popular during Viva Sao Joao. Some of the typical foods you will see include: pamonha (a delicious cake made from corn), cooked corn, roast corn, popcorn, corn cake, peanut cake, peanut brittle, peanut sweet, sweet rice just to name a few. In the colder regions of Brazil the drink quentão is also served. It is made from heated wine or Brazilian rum with ginger, sugar, cinnamon and cloves.
Feast Viva São João is called differently Festa Junina. This festivals coincide with the end of the rainy seasons. This is actually an old European celebration that was imported to Brazil during the colonial era.