Archive for April, 2015

  • Tablecloths & napkins with typical Brazilian motives

    Apr 28, 15 • Marion • TopicsComments Off on Tablecloths & napkins with typical Brazilian motivesRead More »

    A nice memory for your stay in Brazil and a lovely present for your beloves at home or for friends who are leaving: 100% cotton tissue with colourful motives: Borboleta 1 Borboleta 2 Borboleta 3 Borboleta 4 Araras Araras & Tucans Floral Exotic animals Flowers & colibri (with blue or black background) (for middle table cloth only,-  not for napkins) Angola hen   Examples for price category 2 (all designs excluding exotic animals, colibri & flowers and floral): Middle table cloth 150 x 150 for R$ 80 Set of 12 napkins for R$ 130 Set of middle table cloth PLUS 12 napkins for R$ 200 Table cloth 150 x 240 for R$ 140,– Any other size for table cloths (width 150cm) can be ordered. Recommendation: Complete your middle table cloths and napkins of choice with an under-table cloth of plain color. Ask for an individual offer. Conditions: – down-payment of 50% of total order value – remaining payment upon delivery – all payments in cash – prices include packaging and home delivery  

  • Jiló

    Apr 7, 15 • Marion • Cultural lifeComments Off on JilóRead More »

    Jiló is a tropical vegetable and belongs to the family of Solanaceae which counts of around 2000 different species, among others potato and tomato. The plant (jiloeiro) probably came to Brazil with African slaves. The fruit has a thin green skin and its taste is extremely bitter,- but nevertheless popular in the Brazilian culinaria, for helping with digestion. Jiló can be consumed uncooked (add slices to a salad), cooked and fried. When cooked as a whole, it looses the bitter taste. The fruit is rich of flavonoids, lavonoids, alkaloids and steorids which help reducing the level of bad colesterol. It consists of more than 90% of water, has few calories and is therefore recommended for diets. Jiló is also rich of vitamines A, C, B complex and phosphor, calcium and iron. The cultivation of jiló requires sandy wet earth and a warm climate (around 26 – 28°). The plant reaches a height of up to 1 ½ meters. Harvest starts 90 – 100 days after sowing and the fruits are harvested, transported and commercialized while still being immature.      

  • TGIF Luncheon Tour

    Apr 7, 15 • Marion • Excursions, Social integrationComments Off on TGIF Luncheon TourRead More »

    TGIF Luncheon Tour Start into your weekend joining HOM-ing’s Luncheon Tour on Fridays! We’ll experiment hidden restaurants in Brasília and surroundings during the months of APRIL / MAY: “El Tero” (Spanish), Asa Norte / W3 Norte – Paella Valenciana “Pampa e Cerrado Grill” (Brazilian), São Sebastião, – Churrasco Gaúcho “Emporio da Mata” (international), Jardim Botânico among others.   Friday, April 10: “El Tero” (Spanish), Asa Norte / W3 Norte – Paella Valenciana For more details and reservation contact us:    

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