Mtuzi wa Samaki is a Tanzanian fish dish. This dish originated in Zanzibar and is now popular all over the eastern coast of Africa. Tanzanian dishes have Indian influences as the country sits on the crossroads of the spice trade routes from India.
Feijoada, Brazil's most famous stew is made by slowly cooking black beans and a mixture of fresh & cured meats in a clay pot. This is a slow cooker version adapted from David Joachim's book "Global Kitchen".