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Hello! I’ll be up and writing again soon. Below is a picture that will hopefully excuse and explain my temporary absence:
In line with yesterday’s post about the cold weather in Bogotá, the paper broke the news today: The IDEAM (National weather people) predicts that it’s only going to get worse, and remain that way until mid-December. Cold, rainy, windy, humid, miserable…20 out of October’s … Continue reading
Chef Douglas Rodriguez prepared a nice peek into Nuevo Latino cuisine last week on his visit to Bogotá. The highlights were the three ceviches and dessert. This was the tasting menu from Friday night’s Nuevo Latino menu: TRIO OF CEVICHES … Continue reading
I first tried these suprisingly delicious sausages last summer when my neice and nephew were in Bogotá for a visit. We were only going to test the recipe and try a few – the rest were going to be saved for later, but they were so damn … Continue reading
Artist Margaret Dorfman uses everyday fruits and veggies to make these incredible works of art.
The NY Times reports that although China has been threatening to cut off U.S. chicken imports, their taste for chicken feet won’t ever let that actually happen. The article quotes Poultry economists and consultants (didn’t know they existed) and sites … Continue reading
Here’s a link to a web site where you can take a look at the really creative Edible Food Flag publicity campaign for the Sydney Food Fest. Each country has its flag made with foods typical to that country’s cuisine. … Continue reading