Pasatina is a traditional dish from the region of Pampulha, in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais. It is a type of stew made from pork, beef, and chicken that is slow-cooked in a specific type of Brazilian beer called "Cerveja Cajuína" or "Cajuína". The name "Pasatina" comes from the fact that the dish is prepared in a large earthenware pot called a "passatina", which is then buried in the ground and slow-cooked for several hours. The result is a rich and flavorful stew that is usually served with rice and vegetables. Pasatina is considered a regional specialty and is often associated with the cultural identity of the Pampulha region. It is commonly prepared for special occasions and celebrations, such as family gatherings and parties, and is considered a symbol of the region's hospitality and culinary culture.