Feijoada, which in Portuguese means "beans", is a stew of beans with pork and often beef. The pig parts traditionally used are usually some of the weirder ones such as salted ears, salted trotters, salted belly, back fat, snouts, faces, and tails. As many of you prefer not to eat these parts, I've used more mentally-friendly pig parts for this recipe. If the odder stuff is your thing, feel free to use those bits instead!
This is a super fun and authentic dish to serve for Rio 2016 spectating!