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Fazenda da Comadre

A Fazenda da Comadre, localizada às margens da Rodovia dos Tamoios - km 43, iniciou suas atividades em 1998 e não se restringe à culinária tipicamente caipira pois é um programa para toda a família. Possui uma área de lazer temática que proporciona o contato direto com a natureza e animais da fazenda. São mais de 70 opções de pratos típicos feitos no fogão a lenha, incluindo a leitoa a pururuca e o delicioso frango caipira. Seja no almoço ou no jantar. Para o café da manhã variedade de broas, bolos, biscoitos, sucos e frutas. Boa parte dos produtos utilizados na cozinha é produzida na prória fazenda.

Copyright: Emilio Campi 360 Total
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11258x5629
Taken: 09/01/2011
Uploaded: 11/01/2011
Updated: 10/09/2018


Tags: restaurante; comida cipira; paraibuna; fazenda; emilio campi
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