Comida (Food). In any language it is usually a favorite topic of conversation. You can tell a lot about a culture from its food. We recently ate Brazillian food for the first time at a great little restaurant in San Diego, Brazil by the Bay. The food was awesome and it was a great way to practice our portuguese. We ate Prato Feito (Composed Plate) the components of Prato Feito can vary from restaurant to restaurant. Ours had chicken, rice, black beans and farofa. Farofa is a powedered flour seasoning mixture that you put on your food. It was yummy! What did Brazillian food tell me about their culture? Something I already knew, that they are a warm, loving culture. Prato Feito was definitely a comfort food dish, like having a good plate of Macaroni and Cheese and ham. If you live near a Brazillian restaurant I encourage you to try it!