Bauru Esse sanduíche é um ícone de São Paulo (e do Brasil) e foi criado pelo radialista Casimiro Pinto Neto, em 1934, quando ditou ao garçom do bar Ponto Chic a seguinte receita: pão francês sem miolo, rosbife, tomate, sal, orégano e queijo. O lanche foi aprovado por ele e por vários clientes que passaram a pedir sempre o sanduíche feito por ele, que era chamado de Bauru, sua cidade natal.
Pelé was born in Três Corações, Brazil. His father was a Fluminense footballer named Dondinho. Growing up in poverty stricken Bauru, São Paulo, Pelé could not afford a proper football and usually played with a sock stuffed with newspaper or a grapefruit. In 1956, Pelé was taken to Santos, an industrial and port city in the state of São Paulo, to try out for professional club Santos Futebol Clube. He made his debut for Santos on September 7, 1956.
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These cheesesteaks. They rank high up in Kale and my favorite sandwiches ever. It makes me happy that my hubby and I enjoy the same kinds of food. One more reason I love that guy. This version of Cheesesteak Sandwiches is the best! In my humble opinion, anyway. It’s the only way I make... Read More »