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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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Pairing with beer

The pairing is the art that seeks to find the perfect balance between the taste of the beer and the food, the flavors should not over shadow either one of them, but rather there is perfect harmony between the aromas and flavors. To know which beer to combine with our food, we must take...

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Festival Gastronómico de Sacatepéquez

The culinary community of La Antigua Guatemala is ready to show off its magnificent talent when the eighth annual edition of the Sacatepéquez Gastronomic Festival arrives this month. It includes the participation of many culinary virtuosos from the cities and villages of the departamento. Thanks to the efforts of the Municipal Government of La...

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Churro

The churro is dough with a base of wheat flour, cooked in boiling oil. When they are fried, they are then sprinkled with sugar. Sometimes, these sinful delights have fillings (dulce de leche or manjar). Actually you can eat them with liquid chocolate or caramel on top. The churros are easily found at the...

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Eat nuts every day

Including nuts into our daily diet can cause more benefit than you can imagine. Here are three reasons why you should start consuming them. Healthy heart: Consuming only 30 grams of nuts, reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease by 30%. Better mood, less tummy: People who eat nuts and almonds Every day have an...

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What you did not know about the onion

The onion is one of the foods most used in the kitchen, and perhaps you did not know, but it is also one of the most interesting. Onion makes you cry due to its sulfuric acid in its natural oil, to reduce the burning of eyes you can wet the knife you use in...

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Jocón

Its name comes from the quiche word “Jok om” which means green message, to have this peculiar color, it is prepared with different green ingredients (miltomate, green tomato, onion with a stem, cilantro and chili pepper) accompanied with chicken, pork or beef or all three meats. It is originally from Quetzaltenango and in 2007...

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One pear a day

The popular saying, “being healthier than a pear” is not wrong, since including a pear to your daily diet is essential for your health. This is due to its high fiber content – which helps combat constipation -; they are antioxidants and contain vitamins that help prevent cancer. Pears are red, green or yellow;...

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Cafe Condesa

MAP C2/C4/G3 7832-0038 /CafeCondesaAntigua Are you looking for an established local place to eat? Cafe Condesa on the central park is one! The restaurant opened its doors for the first time on Palm Sunday in 1993, celebrating Holy Week with 4 tables and 4 staff, and serving all things homemade with first quality ingredients....

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Cafe Condesa

Cafe Condesa (MAP C4/E3/G3) One of the most beautiful times of year has arrived! With it, come all those foods and drinks that give flavour to this season. At Cafe Condesa you can enjoy the traditional ponche navideño: a delicious mix of fruits (papaya, pineapple, plantains, apple, coconut and jocotes), combined with raisins, plums,...

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