Day 291

Exif Data: Nikon D3200 ; Lens: Nikkor AF-S DX 18-55; 42 mm, ISO 450; f/5,3 ; 1/15 s

I went out today with Nicola and a friend of us who arrived from Denmark the same day that Nicola arrived, she was up there doing exchange for one year as I did 3 years ago, and we really wanted to catch up with her.

We went to eat something that we all like, it’s called “Arepa de chócolo”  and it’s one of the ypical things you can find here in Colombia.

Arepa is a dish made of ground corn dough or cooked flour, and there are so many kinds of arepas; they are typical in Colombia and Venezuela, but they can be found in Panama as well; the ones we ate are made of a different kind of corn, a bit sweeter, darker yellow, thinner and larger, the kernels have to be roasted and ground.

Feel free to leave feedback, critiques or suggestions.

Regards.

 

Hola!

Hoy Nicola y yo salimos a comer algo en la noche, fuimos con una amiga que llegó el mismo día quee Nicola, pero llegó de Dinamarca, donde estuvo haciendo un año de intercambio, y queriamos desatrazarnos un poco.

Salimos a comer algo que a los tres nos gusta, “arepa de chócolo”, que es una de las cosas típicas que se encuentran en Colombia.

Para muchos una arepa es algo desconocido, pero aca les explico; es algo hecho con masa de maiz o una harina del mismo elemento que se puede conseguir en los supermercados.

Hhay muchos tipos de arepas, sobre todo en Colombia y Venezuela, de donde son típicas.  La que comimos hoy está hecha de un tipo especial de maiz, más dulce, más oscuro, delgado y largo; los granos tienen que ser asados y luego molidos.

Críticas, comentarios y/o sugerencias son bienvenidas.

Saludos!

Pablo.

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20 thoughts on “Day 291

    1. I’m pretty sure it’s something you would love!
      I’ve been to this place with so many exchange students and people from different countries, and they love it, they say that this is one of the best things that you can eat here 🙂

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