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Colombia (Bogata)(SA): Located with part of its coast on the cool Pacific Ocean, part in the Caribbean, part in the mountains and the other part in the valleys all kinds of fruits, vegetables and seafood are readily available. Colombian cuisine is characterized by a an interesting combination of Peruvian, Brazilian and Spanish traditions, as well as Japanese and Arabic ways of cooking, and of course, their own Amerindian cultural heritage. In some areas, specialties like roasted ants or guinea pigs are common, while in other areas Colombians wouldn't touch those dishes.
A typical breakfast in Colombia consists of fruit juice, coffee or hot chocolate, fruit, eggs and bread. Lunch which is served between 12 and 2 pm is the main meal of the day – at least in the countryside. A traditional main meal consists of a soup, a main dish, a drink and sometimes a dessert which is generally very sweet. The dinner is more like a snack. In the big cities the main meal often will be served around 7pm or 8pm.http://www.southamerica.cl/Colombia/Food.htm
|First I picked fresh herbs from my garden|
|Organic eggs, milk and bread from our local Framingham Baking companywww.framinghambakingcompany.com|
|Scallions and cilantro add a beautiful smell and taste to this traditional breakfast|
|Next bring milk and water to a boil, turn down to a simmer and drop in egg to poach|
|Dude's a human eating machine|