Treasures of Colombia: Costilla de Cerdo (Colombian Street Food)

I don’t know about you but I have a soft spot in my belly for Pork, and today I will tell you about a palatable experience that I had with one of the tastiest Pork Ribs that I recently ate. Ribs can be roasted, baked, grilled, smoked, braised or fried. However, my favorite method of … Continue reading Treasures of Colombia: Costilla de Cerdo (Colombian Street Food)

Treasures of Colombia: Hamburguesa con Chorizo (Colombian Street Food)

What is a Hamburger? To me the name is quite misleading, quite ironic because most hamburgers do not include ham as the name suggests...I can't recall eating a Hamburger that had ham. (Food for Thought). Treasures of Colombia: Hamburguesa con Chorizo (Colombian Street Food) By: Stacey-Ann Smith. The Hamburger is a comfort food/fast food/junk food … Continue reading Treasures of Colombia: Hamburguesa con Chorizo (Colombian Street Food)

Sancocho de Gallina

Treasures of Colombia: Sancocho de Gallina (Colombian Street Food)

The Sancocho is a traditional weekend meal, just like our Jamaican traditional weekend pumpkin soup; no matter the country, this soup is well loved by both nations. I can vividly remember growing up as a child and smelling the sweet aroma of the traditional pumpkin or chicken foot soup on a Saturday afternoon as it … Continue reading Treasures of Colombia: Sancocho de Gallina (Colombian Street Food)

Treasures of Colombia Oblea

Treasures of Colombia: Oblea (Colombian Street Food)

Desserts are some of our favorite comfort foods and are enjoyed all around the globe. This is normally eaten after dinner or lunch depending on your choice. The Oblea is a traditional dessert that is famous in Colombia, Argentina, Ecuador, Guatemala, El Salvador, Venezuela, Mexico, and Greece. It is eaten any time of day and … Continue reading Treasures of Colombia: Oblea (Colombian Street Food)