Don Diegos Patacones and Tostones Photo
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Plantains (plátanos) and bananas (bananos) are two completely different tastes and therefore not interchangeable. Just like their names, their preparation methods differ. When unripe, the plantain is green, hard and… Read more

Don Diego
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Nicaragua and Costa Rica claim Gallo Pinto as their national dish, claiming that the other does not know how to prepare it properly. Nicaraguans use red beans, while Ticos prefer… Read more

Don Diego
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In Nicaragua, I once observed how a large, elegant party in a mountain restaurant left a sumptuous table with a variety of dishes untouched because the restaurant, for a reason… Read more

Don Diego
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‘Gloria in excelsis deo, et in terra pax hominibus bonae voluntatis’ (Glory to God in the highest, and peace to men of good will on earth). The ‘Gloria,’ the praise… Read more

Baked Butternut Squash from the Oven Photo
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The butternut, or butternut squash, is one of the best edible pumpkins. The pumpkin, which originates from Central America, owes its name to its slightly nutty aroma. It is versatile… Read more

Cassava Pudding Gluten Free Photo
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For the caramel, put sugar in a pan and pour a little water with vinegar so that the sugar paste is evenly distributed. Heat everything until the sugar caramelizes to… Read more

Mojito Negro Photo
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In a long drink glass (about 0.4 l) with a large diameter, add a few mint leaves, brown cane sugar and a quartered lime. The second lime is squeezed and… Read more