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Pão de Queijo
Baked cheese bread isn’t in the business of tasting bad, and Brazil’s version is no exception. But considering most pão de queijo is some degree of delicious, we’d hesitate before sending you out of your way solely for that. That is, unless Santo Bruklin in Carroll Gardens happens to be out of your way. The outsides of the two baseball-sized rolls crack when you pick them up, and despite dense and cheesy insides, they pull apart like freshly baked croissants. What really separates this version, though, is the side of soft, ground, spicy ’nduja that’d be a must-order snack on its own.