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Fiambre

The first of November, all the Guatemalan families wake up with the delicious aroma of the different ingredients in el fiambre, traditional Guatemalan plate. The recipe –pass from generation to generation- is different in every house; in mine, my grandmother thought my mother. First you need to cook all the vegetables separated (green beans,...

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Jocotes en miel

For this season, the jocotes en miel are the choice of many as a dessert. Making them is really easy, but its taste is so peculiar, will leave you wanting for more. Once the jocotes are clean, you make them small holes (with a toothpick or a fork) then the jocotes are placed in...

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Ayote en dulce

The squash is a very known vegetable, in Guatemala it is common to eat it as a dessert and even more during the month of October; but for the first of November, it is a plate that cannot be miss on the tables of Guatemalan families. This delicious dessert it is made with panela,...

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Molletes

Every October it is common to find on the typical food vents –and even in friends or family’s houses- different desserts of the season. One of this is the molletes, the traditional plate for the last months of the year. Making them is very easy, you only need molletes (that can buy in any...

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Pan de muerto

El Pan de Muerto is a delicious bread that you can only eat at this season of the year. Made basically with flour, yeast, milk, sugar and a pinch of salt; once baked, spread powdered sugar on top. You can buy them already made in any bakery. El día de los muertos can’t be...

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Café Condesa

  CAFÉ CONDESA MAP A5/B5/C3 7832-0038    /CafeCondesaAntigua   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...

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Café Sky

Café Sky 1a Avenida Sur #15 MAP D3 Cada día / Daily 8 AM-11 PM CafeSkyAntigua 7832-7300 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...

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Cafe Condesa

Organic, local, freshly-delivered milk is just one of the many farm-to-table offerings that Cafe Condesa has been bringing to you for over 23 years. Free range local eggs makes their breakfasts extra-special and the house coffee (with unlimited refills) is a special blend made from three separate roastings of the Antigua bean. What about...

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Crazy Corn

The famous elote loco (crazy corn) available from street vendors all over Guatemala, there is no one that can resist eating them. And if you dare to prepare it at home, here we give you the easy recipe. Once you have boiled the amount of corn you want, you proceed to spread them with...

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How to prepare an excellent grill?

Making a grill is a ritual, where you have the opportunity to enjoy delicious food with friends. This ritual takes place around the grill, the argentines –experts in grills-, start with wine while the sausages are cooking, and are being slowly eaten, piece by piece. At the end the meat is grilled –the one...

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