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Gourmet Guatemalan Cuisine

Take a stuffed chicken breast and add guacamol, loroco and fried camote and you get a delicious gourmet Guatemalan dish. I really …

Guatemalan Cuisine: Subanik

Guatemala is a country with lots of stews. Let’s call Guatemala, Stew country! Just yesterday Arturo Godoy was sharing with us the …

Guatemalan Cuisine: Pescado frito

Fried fish is another popular dish in Guatemala. The fried fish presentation above can be found just about anywhere in Guatemala. Normally …

Guatemalan Cuisine: Parrillada Chapina

Here’s another version of the classic Guatemalan parrillada which is basically a charcoal-grilled meat sampler. This version includes chicken, sirloin steak, sausage, …

Guatemalan Cuisine: Frijoles blancos

Frijoles Blancos, white beans, are another classic staple of the gastronomy of Guatemala. Frijoles blancos are often prepared with espinazo (spine) costilla …

Guatemalan Cuisine: Chojin

Chojín is a word that I learned recently. Most of my life I just thought that radish salad was ensalada de rábano. …

Guatemalan Cuisine: Guacamol

Guacamol has to be among the most present sauces or salads in the Guatemalan cuisine; as well as chirmol and often together. …

Guatemalan Cuisine: Sancocho

First of all, I am going to request the help of my dear epistolary friends Erin and Manolo for this entry. Erin …

Guatemalan Cuisine: Longanizas

I will let you guys do the caption for this photo by digging through the archives of AntiguaDailyPhoto. Here are the hints: …