This is another one of our favorite and easy Costarrican recipes. There are different types of pumpkin that grow here, it is usually known as ayote or ayote sazon. Pumpkin is a very resilient crop, it pretty much grows on its own without very little cares, and because it is a vine, it tends to […]
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Chicasquil (Cnidoscolus aconitifolius), in other countries also known as chaya or tree spinach, is a large, fast-growing leafy perennial shrub that is believed to have originated in the Yucatan Peninsula. It is associated since pre-Columbian times to the Maya culture. Its succulent stems exude a milky sap when cut. It can grow to be 6 […]
“Arracache” (Arracacia xanthorrhiza) is a root vegetable originally from the Andes, one could say it’s something between the carrot and celery. The name arracacha was borrowed from Quechua “raqacha”, and is very popular in the Andean region (Peru, Venezuela, Ecuador, Brazil). Depending on the country, the plant is also called apio criollo, virraca, mandioquinha and […]
As Christmas approaches, many of our Costarrican friends are getting together with their families to prepare the traditional tamales, a dish popular in almost every Latin American country, sometimes adopting a local name. Every country has a different recipe, and every family within a country has their own version of that recipe. In Costa Rica […]