That is a request from Gil, it reads “Feijoada.”
I recommend investing in a supply of farinha, also known as manioc flour, it will hold until the ants find it. African, Brazilian, and sometimes Latin groceries sell it. From bottom to top on the plate, the simple recipe is white rice (cooked until it is still slightly moist rather than fully dry), Goya black beans (heated), orange slices (cold), steamed shredded collard greens, and the farinha sprinkled on top. It is one of my favorite vegetarian meals and it shows that the meat in the feijoada is actually the worst part.