What is more fascinating than a tool from our ancestors? In Colombia, La Chamba is a piece of pottery to prepare food that has been made there for centuries. Named after its origin, La Chamba, Colombia, this pot has a unique look but also a very unique creation process.
Category: Food Curiosities
Dining etiquette around the world is intricate and can have regulations that are tricky to follow. While many are not mentioned in this article, it does not mean they lack importance. This read is sure to leave you hungry for more information, we encourage you to check out what the practices in countries around the world may be, especially if you plan to travel there!
You may have drunk tea before, whether hot or iced and maybe it even has some importance to your daily lifestyle. Over many centuries, tea’s status in various cultures has progressed and now it is diversely enjoyed worldwide. Let’s learn about where this beverage came from, why it’s crucial in some parts of the world, and how it is still savored today! By Alexx … Read More Spilling the Tea on Tea!
En este episodio el horticultor paisajista Alvaro Calonje nos habla de la preparación de un huerto para cultivar comida limpia. Banner Photo by Adonyi Gábor
‘En este episodio nos adentramos en la cocina del Araucana Lodge, para descubrir uno de sus recetas insignia, la Sopa de Las Tres Hermanas, basada en el famoso método indígena de cultivar a la par, maiz, frijol y calabaza. ¿Cómo es el Método Ancestral de las Tres Hermanas? 1- Se procede a la siembra el maíz. 2- Se siembran los frijoles a su alrededor. … Read More Sopa de Las Tres Hermanas 🎥 Cocina Ancestral | Episodio 2
Grains of rice appear small, but they have a big historical & cultural importance. Did you know rice has been cultivated for roughly 14,000 years? There are three main types of wild grass from which all rice is derived from. It was first domesticated in China and moved through Eastern Asia. Asian farmers still produce 92% of the world’s rice! By Alexx J. for The Adventures of Pili … Read More The History of Rice: Culture & Recipes