Carne de Onça, probably the most well-known bar snack in Curitiba, is Curitiba’s intangible cultural heritage and has its personal gastronomic pageant, now in its sixth version. The Jaguar Meat Competition in Curitiba will happen from September 14 to October 2. Throughout this era, the 21 taking part bars will provide snacks at R$19 per serving.
Carne de Jaguar is harking back to three well-known conventional recipes: German Hackepeter, French Steak Tartare and Lebanese Quibe Cru. Nonetheless, since it’s served in Curitiba, it’s typical of town. Curitiba delicacy is ready as follows: a slice of black bread topped with floor beef (normally duck), thinly sliced white onion, chopped inexperienced onion seasoned with salt, black pepper and drizzled with good olive oil. Every chef brings his personal model to the Competition, however he should take the essence of the dish.
Taking part Eating places
Floor beef (duckling), pink onion, inexperienced onion, salt, olive oil, rye bread. Accompany mustard ribs and darkish mustard.
Rua Ermelino de Lean, 95
Floor beef (duck), chopped onion, scallions, three slices of bread, olive oil and darkish mustard.
Alameda Augusto Stelfeld, 799
Floor beef (duckling), white onion, inexperienced odor, served on rye bread. Accompanied by darkish mustard.
Councilor Carrao, 279 years previous
Floor beef (duckling), white onion, chopped tomato, inexperienced taste, served on rye bread. Served with darkish mustard and Worcestershire sauce.
Rua Morretes, 347 – Agua Verde
Floor beef (duckling), white onion, inexperienced odor, served on rye bread. It accompanies darkish mustard and a glass of artisanal cachaça.
Rua Francisco Derosso, 1095
Floor beef (duckling), pickles, pink onion, jalapeno peppers, inexperienced taste, served on rye bread. Accompanied by spicy sauce.
Rua Itupava, 1431
Floor beef (duckling), onion, inexperienced onion, further virgin olive oil, spices, salt, black pepper, served on Australian bread.
Rua Emiliano Perneta 880
Floor beef (duckling), white onion, pink onion, inexperienced onion, served in a particular pure fermented bread “Aquarius/Curitiba Honesta”
Avenida Candido Hartmann, 392
Floor beef (duckling), onion, do-it-yourself spices and inexperienced onions, served on rye bread.
Rua Jacarezinho, 441
Floor beef (duckling), spices, finely chopped onion, inexperienced onion, olive oil, served in entire grain bread with chestnuts.
Rua Matheus Leme, 2148
Floor beef (duckling), home particular sauce, chopped pink onion, inexperienced onion, olive oil, darkish mustard on bread with beer.
Rua dos Estados, 1214
Floor beef (duckling), white onion, inexperienced onion, olive oil, served in Aquarius/Curitiba Honesta naturally fermented bread
Avenida Arthur Bernardes 816
Floor beef (duckling), pink onion, inexperienced onion, olive oil, served on a slice of bread.
Rua Professor Assis Gonçalves, 1506
- Jackson Roasts – 4 Bars
Floor beef (rump), pink onion, inexperienced onion, olive oil served in particular pure fermented bread “Aquarius/Curitiba Honesta”.
Rua do Contorno – Albano Boutin, 877 Jardim das Acácias – Quatro Barras
Particular floor beef seasoned with salt, pepper, smoked further virgin olive oil, scallions and purple onions, served in darkish bread.
Rua Secondo Tedeschi, 36
- Maya Field – Municipal Market
Floor beef (duckling) seasoned with alice pasta, cachaça, peppers and inexperienced onions on entire grain shorter bread and yellow mustard.
Seventh September Avenue 1865
Floor beef (duckling), onion, odor of greens, cachaca from Cathay. Accompany with a spicy French dressing and do-it-yourself garlic mayonnaise.
Road: Eduardo Sprada, 4930
Floor beef (duckling), finely chopped pink onion, black olive tapenade, darkish mustard, nutmeg, inexperienced onion and olive oil, served on entire grain bread
Rua Dom Pedro I, 643
Floor beef (duckling), thinly sliced white onion, inexperienced onion, salt, black pepper and drizzled with further virgin olive oil on a slice of darkish bread.
Rua Carlos Pioli, 513
Floor beef (duckling), white onion, inexperienced onion, olives are served in a particular pure fermented bread “Aquarius/Curitiba Honesta”. Accompanied by pepper jelly
Through Veneto 500
Floor beef (duckling), candy paprika, pepperoni, olive oil, white onion, inexperienced onion, salt and brandy, served on rye bread. Serve with darkish mustard and do-it-yourself pepper sauce.
Rua Padre Anchieta, 2194
For all recipes and addresses, simply go to www.curitibahonesta.com.br
This 12 months, the pageant brings one thing new: the launch of merchandise particularly designed for the dish, which is able to proceed to be bought after the occasion.
“In collaboration with Panificadora Aquarius, we’re launching a naturally fermented bread appropriate for jaguar meat. Additionally mild beer paired with snacks in partnership with the Paraná Roots brewery, in addition to mustard and pepper in partnership with It is BBQ time,” says Sergio Medeiros, editor of the Curitiba Honesta portal, organizer of this and a number of other different festivals. , gastronomy within the metropolis.
Bread, beer and mustard. All ideas are in good concord with good Jaguar meat. These merchandise are Curitiba Honesta’s unprecedented initiative to make Curitiba’s dish style even higher.
Curitiba Honesta Jaguar Meat Bread was developed by Aquarius, a standard bakery from Curitiba based over 50 years in the past, along with Sergio Medeiros. It is a slow-cooked bread with a pure and lengthy fermentation, created to harmonize with the style of jaguar meat. The flour used for the particular bread for Carne de Onça Curitiba Honesta comes from the Paraná “Moageira Irati” mill, designed particularly for naturally fermented bread. Bread can be bought on the Aquarius bakery.
One other new addition is Curitiba Honesta pale beer created by Roots Brewery in partnership with Medeiros. Mustard was developed by It is BBQ Time model of sauces and condiments. Merchandise can be bought at It is BBQ Time bar and iFood on web site.
The sixth Jaguar Meat Competition is sponsored by Gold Meals Service, Roots Brewery, It BBQ Time and Broa Curitiba Honesta Aquarius. Supported by: Abrasel-PR, Instituto de Turismo de Curitiba, Curta Curitiba and Onça Ceramica Artesanal.
Historical past of Carne de Jaguar
Since 2016, Carne de Onsa has been designated as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Curitiba. Are you aware the historical past of this well-known snack? Entrepreneur and chef Sergio Medeiros of the Curitiba gastronomy portal Honesta performed a research and submitted this report as the premise for an software for the title to the Curitiba Metropolis Council. Based on him, the story goes like this:
Within the forties there was a soccer workforce in Curitiba referred to as Britannia, which later shaped the Paraná membership with different groups. The director of Britain on the time was Cristiano Schmidt. He had a bar in Maréchal Deodoro, on the nook of Rue XV de Novembro, referred to as “Toca do Tatu”. By the best way, Tatu is his nickname. Britain was the profitable workforce, a seven-time Paraná champion, and to have fun the workforce’s victory, Schmidt took uncooked meat and positioned it on slices of bread purchased from a German bakery that was not removed from Toca do Tato, on high of the meat. I might add finely chopped white onion, finely chopped inexperienced onion and solely then season with salt and olive oil. Served with beer for workforce gamers.
One high quality day, Duya, who was the goalkeeper, complained: “Wow, Schmidt, you solely serve meat there that even jaguars don’t eat.” After which there was “jaguar meat”. From that day on, guests to Toca do Tatu started to ask for meat, which, in response to Duia, “even the jaguar wouldn’t eat,” and Schmidt needed to embody it within the menu. Quickly different bars within the metropolis started to work.
Within the Nineteen Fifties, it was served within the Concordia society, ready by the Garmater household, who then owned a big meat processing plant. Within the sixties, it was served in massive portions within the Embaixador bar-restaurant, higher identified on the time as “Bar do Onha”, which was situated on Rua Riachuelo, then moved to the Bacacheri space and closed years later. Since 2016, it has been an intangible cultural heritage of Curitiba, identified nationally as town’s solely typical meals.