Brazilian cuisine is as broad as Brazil's vast territory. Each and every one of the 26 Brazilian states has its own typical dishes and preferred fruits and vegetables. There are, however, certain meals that have gained national popularity over the centuries and, therefore, can be found in every Brazilian table. One fo them is the one time favorite combination of Rice and Beans. Unlike the Mexican version, A meal of rice and beans doesn't have any pepper. Actually, Brazilian cuisine is almost never hot (spicy), unless you're in Bahia, a state in the northeast of the country. But don't be fooled, even though Brazilian quitutes have no pepper, they're still very scrumptious! Some of them have gained international popularity, such as the Brazilian barbecue, called churrasco.
Lots of valuable information about Brazilian food at Wikipedia.
Pao de Queijo
Brigadeiro and Beijinho
Sagu com creme
Frango com quiabo (chicken with okra)
Passion fruit mousse