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Su majestad, El ajiaco

El ajiaco santafereño es mi gran debilidad y confieso sin meditarlo mucho, que es mi preferido de todos los platos de la variada cocina regional colombiana. 217 more words

Bogota

días siguientes de la visita estupenda. Part 1.1

Días siguientes fueron muy chévere tambien obwohl ich anfangs nicht wusste wie ich den Tag gestalten sollte, sodass der interessant ist und Juli daran Spaß hat; nun, nos decidiamos por una visita en Bolívar Square; es un lugar muy famoso… hm vielleicht wegen Millionen von Tauben; wie auch dem sei…direkt nach unserem ausgiebigen Frucht-Frühstück contactaré con María y le pregunté, sí quiere hacer algo con nosotros: ,,si claro! 652 more words

La Visita

Ajiaco: Colombian Stew of Chicken, Potatoes, and Corn

In the fall of 2001, during my junior year abroad, some girlfriends and I backpacked from northwestern Argentina through Bolivia on our way to Machu Picchu.   782 more words

Food

Colombian Adventure Part 2: Cartagena and Bogota

Continuing part 1 of the adventure, I have been wanting to go to Colombia for 5 years now, pretty much ever since I have heard about the splendors and wonders of Cartagena. 556 more words

Travel

Essential Eats in Bogota

Colombian cuisine is often referred to as mestizo, or a mix of Spanish, indigenous, and African influences, with a bit of Arabic thrown in. An important player in the cuisine in Bogota is the humble potato, which here takes on a variety of colors and shapes rarely seen elsewhere. 228 more words

Bogota

Ajiaco With Friends and a View

This past weekend some friends from Siena´s class invited us to an ajiaco party. Ajiaco is a traditional soup from the Bogota area consisting of chicken, corn, and several different types of potatoes served with a hearty slice of avocado, rice, capers and heavy cream on the side. 124 more words

Colombia