Tag: Explorers Cookbook

Sopa de Las Tres Hermanas 🎥 Cocina Ancestral | Episodio 2

‘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

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The History of Rice: Culture & Recipes

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

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Build-Your-Own Pancake Taco Bar

These times have been very tough across the world. But something that many lucky ones can share now, is the opportunity to be at home with their family. Explore fun and creative ways to use food to keep your kids entertained while feeding your family! (By Alexx J. for The Adventures of Pili) *Build-Your-Own Pancake Taco Bar* Pancakes and tacos? I know what you’re … Read More Build-Your-Own Pancake Taco Bar

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Do They Really Eat Fat-Bottomed Ants?

You may have heard of this Colombian delicacy, specifically from the Santander region. But if not, be prepared to be an expert. First and foremost, what ARE hormigas culonas? The direct translation means fat-bottomed ant. Yep, ants! Fun facts: -These small creatures live mainly in the Barichara, Bucaramanga & San Gil areas -These female ants leave their hill only once a year to go … Read More Do They Really Eat Fat-Bottomed Ants?