Pandebono, if you ask me, is one of the best things to come out of Colombia. It is not uncommon to eat this at breakfast with a cup of coffee or cocoa, but is also eaten during the day as a snack.
Rice pudding, I’ve noticed, comes in many different varieties. Still, my experiences with rice pudding have always been where it is served in a bowl for you to eat with a spoon. So, when my aunt mentioned the rice pudding empanadas that my grandmother used to make, it was definitely a surprise. As it turns
Crack kills, mmkay? Colombian empanadas, while utterly delicious, are a bit of a pain to make. Seasoned cooks can probably crank them out with little trouble. I am not, however, a particularly seasoned cook when Colombian cuisine is concerned. Most dishes are so time-consuming and extensive, that I don’t make them often. As such, I don’t get a
Vegan food, to me, is a scary thing. Being a self-proclaimed foodie, it would be a hard thing for me to do – giving up entire food groups for the rest of your life. Heck, I struggle to stick to a 1700 calorie-a-day diet. But, we won’t talk about that too much.