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Qué Pasó Agosto 2017

Celebración del 40 Aniversario de la Casa del Jade Cena Los Patojos Festival Gastronómico de Sacatepéquez Inauguración Guat-ik Bistro Old Town Outfitters Señorita Antigua  

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Café Sky

This plate is piled high with so much meat that it could easily serve four. Imagine generous portions of beef tenderloin, pork loin, chorizos, longanizas, chicken breasts, and barbecued pork chops on a giant platter. Then add the side dishes: refried beans, guacamol, and chirmol. And of course, don’t forget: tortillas galore! 1a Avenida...

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Betting on local gastronomy is a win for all!

In order to organize a meal at home, in a restaurant or in any kitchen, we need to make a shopping list and usually go to a supermarket or the market to buy everything we need. As professional chefs, we are used to be on the lookout for ingredients that aren’t that common, that...

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Chocobananos

During our childhood we could not miss eating a chocobanano, it’s so famous in the popular gastronomy of Guatemala that -in any shop, in any town- you cannot miss this it. The traditional recipe was frozen bananas, coated with melted chocolate; but now, the imagination of those who prepare this delight has exceeded limits...

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The Potential of Guatemala around the world

The history of cooking has already celebrated the French tradition of cuisine classique and nouvelle cuisine, and then there was the exotic explosion of Asian cuisine with the spice boom and its renewal in Spain, in modern day, with the new nouvelle cuisine and the acceptance of science. Nowadays, the kitchen is redirecting its...

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San Crispín y el Zapatero

On October 25th, San Crispín and San Crispiano are celebrated, brothers who dedicated themselves to evangelizing and at night -for their sustenance- they dedicated themselves to making shoes. That is why they have designated as a patron saint of shoemakers to St. Crispin. For people who are engaged in this profession, this date is...

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Café Condesa

In a hurry? Cafe Condesa Express has many of the goodies from the restaurant ready to go. Excellent espresso drinks, ices, hot chocolate, homemade chai as well as boxed lunches, fruit/yogurt/granola parfait and many of Condesa’s fabulous desserts. Visit the Central Park location to enjoy people watching, stop by the 4a Calle Express on...

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Discover the Flavours of Guatemala

The gastronomic identity of Guatemala is part of all of us Guatemalans, of who we are, the way we eat – almost from the moment we are born – even if it is not so obvious, even if it is so much a part of our daily life we don’t realize it. The taste...

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The Cobblestones of La Antigua

A characteristic of the colonial appearance of La Antigua is the cobblestones, as it is the way in which the Spanish Crown imposed for its public spaces as a measure of health and adornment. Thanks to these cobblestones, La Antigua is considered one of the first planned cities of America – because it was...

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El Reposo

  The hair-care products that El Reposo offers are inspired by nature and the wide range of ingredients that you can find in Guatemala. Their concentrated formulas are full of all the goodness (and aroma) of plants, fruits and seeds – such as jojoba, linseed, cacao, Aloe Vera, avocado, coconut and macadamia, amongst others....

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