LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
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Yes, Feijoada is way more concise and very accurate word for it.
But the list is about definitinion, not only plain translation.
English speakers sometimes use "Meat and Black Bean Stew Recipe" etc, maybe the people into cooking more so.
So, to me the list can be right in certain contexts, and you too.
Feijoada is a stew of beans with beef and pork, which is a typical Portuguese dish, and is also typical in Brazil, Angola, Mozambique and other former Portuguese colonies. In Brazil, feijoada is considered by many as the national dish. Feijoada was brought to South America by the Portuguese, based in ancient Feijoada recipes from the Portuguese regions of Beira, Estremadura, and Trás-os-Montes.[dead link]
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