Articles Tagged ‘ajiaco’

Traditional Colombian Foods

Traditional Colombian Foods April 16, 2012 | Food | Read More

Where to Get the Very Best Ajiaco in Bogota

Where to Get the Very Best Ajiaco in Bogota October 27, 2011 | Food, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Thick, filling and warming, the ajiaco soup offered in Bogota, is the hearty meal many dream of when visiting the Colombian capital city. Take skinless chicken breast, shred it, cook it up and place it in a broth of three different types of potatoes,  papas criollas (yellow), sabaneras (red), and tocarreñas...

Colombian Food: Common Fallacies

Colombian Food: Common Fallacies May 12, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
“Colombian food is insipid and uninspiring.” Wrong! Looking at a map of Colombia, travelling the country and seeing the strong emphasis on regionalism here, one could easily divide the nation up into sections: Pacific, Andean, Caribbean, Lowland, and Amazon. And then, within these sections...