In Colombia, going from the sea to the jungle, you will find a typical empanada from each region and popular belief.
In America, cassava was an essential part of the menu that nurtured numerous native communities.
The question to which Colombians answer
forcefully with a YES!
Blogger Amber Dunlap (USA) shares
his walk through the English neighborhood of Bogotá.
Under the blessed shade of Cartagena’s Torre del Reloj, my @Foodies Street food adventure began. Following instructions like any smart food tour goer should, I’d kept breakfast to a cup of coffee and a rip of a pastry, a light meal so as not to take away from the assortment of arepas, sweets, and surprises I could only imagine were about to land in my now rumbling stomach.