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To be the perfect hosts, we took my brother, who was visiting us, out on the town. With a 5 year old, for an exciting night out in Antigua Guatemala. We were expecting either a lot of whining, too much … Continue reading
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Easy, quick and very stimulating Find more fun Costa Rica traditional dishes. INGREDIENTS: 2 kgs of pork meat (posta) no fat 1 container of beef soup (66 grs) 4 tbsp of soy sauce 2 tbsp of mustard 1 teaspoon … Continue reading
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In every Costa Rican home there is a home recipe for the typical OLLA DE CARNE. Usually, it’s passed from one generation to the next. This one was given to me by a close Tica friend. Get lots of other … Continue reading
Hey fellow cocktailers! Welcome back to the monthly International Cocktail Hour – Drinks ‘Round the World. Your two lovely hostesses Lifecruiser and Travel Experta (Me) are super happy to have you here. This month I’ll be cliche, simply because I … Continue reading
Every country has their version of tacos. This is the Costa Rica way and I prefer it over many others, because it’s simple and tasty. Plus you can get as creative as you want. Scroll down for some fun ideas. … Continue reading
Guest Post from my blogger friend and mutual Costa Rica Lover, Ann Creed, from Costa Rica Learn. We left Alajuela very early on a July morning on our day trip to Poas Volcano National Park. The drive is superbly scenic … Continue reading
This not only eaten by the very poor who sometimes only survive on this miracle food as they call it, but all classes of Guatemalans can’t seem to get enough of them. Find other Guatemala typical foods to enjoy. … Continue reading
This is one of my favs. Since I’m Russian by birth, my mom has cooked stuffed peppers for me since I was a young girl. Granted, these are completely different then my mom’s cooking, but the same sense of taste … Continue reading
Rice & Beans is to the Caribbean locals asGallo Pinto is to the rest of Costa Rica. No dish on this side of the country is served without it.Instead of cooking rice with water, you would substitute coconut water and … Continue reading
Costa Rica is a blessed tropical paradise of fresh fruits. And with all my years of living here, I have to contest it is cheaper to buy fresh fruit and make your own fresh fruit juice then to buy the … Continue reading
Hey fellow cocktailers! Welcome back to the monthly International Cocktail Hour – Drinks ‘Round the World. Your two lovely hostesses Lifecruiser and Travel Experta (Me) are super happy to have you here. It’s time to grab a cold one for … Continue reading
I’m not the biggest fan of tortillas. I find them a bit bland and too ordinary. However! When I add a bit of cheese to the mix, it makes all the difference. Get more juicy bits on Costa Rica Traditional … Continue reading
Costa Rican cuisine is a mix and match of many Latino dishes. A perfect example is arroz con Leche. It has joined the ranks of popular sweet Costa Rican dishes ages ago. This particular desert dish is yummy, super easy … Continue reading
Beans are the essence of Central American cooking. So you can understand that whatever Ticos cook with beans is going to be good, because many years and generations have been perfecting it. Find more Costa Rican typical food dishes. INGREDIENTS … Continue reading
Basically, an empanada is a stuffed tortilla. You can stuff it with any ingredients. The most basic is with cheese but scroll down for some other fun ideas. Also, these snacks are great fillers, and can be added to your … Continue reading
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Along with the cabbage salad and gallo pinto, this dish is served always with lunch and dinner. So, if you don’t want to prepare it, just take a walk down a Costa Rican street until you find a Soda (local … Continue reading