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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 …




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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 …




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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. …




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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 …




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Typical Guatemalan Breakfast






I have shown you the typical Guatemalan breakfast at least three times and each time has been somehow different, how so? Well, …




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Enchiladas-R-Us






Oh the photos look so much better with people in them, especially if they are smiling. 😉 If tostadas had a kingdom, …




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Guatemalan Cuisine: Hilachas






Hilachas (shredded beef) is yet another staple of the Guatemalan Cuisine. Hilachas is basically a red curry with shredded beef and potatoes. …




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Guatemalan Cuisine: Jocón






A while back I tease those crazy Guatemalan who have decided to live abroad (you know who you are) with a photo …




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Guatemalan Cuisine: Pacayas






Today’s entry marks the 1000 consecutive daily pages of La Antigua Guatemala Daily Photo. And I thought I wasn’t going to last …




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Guatemalan Escabeche






These also make Guatemalans hot! 😉 In Guatemala there are at least two words you can use when referring to pickled foods: …




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Guatemalan Cuisine: Pepián






The easiest way to get authentic traditional Guatemalan cuisine is to get a daily menu special at your local diner. For instance, …




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Guatemalan Cuisine: Amarillo






This Guatemalan stew takes its name from its yellow-orangy color. Amarillo is the Spanish word for yellow; those living in Texas probably …




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Guatemalan Cuisine: Rabo Guisado






Okay, get your Guatemalan notebook handy, we’re about to learn a few Guatemalan words and concepts. Rabo Guisado translate roughly as ox …




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Guatemalan Cuisine: Tacos






Tacos is yet another word shared by the Guatemalan and Mexican gastronomy. If you’re accustomed to Mexican dishes, you have to be …