Stuffed hen necks are a delicacy in Colombia and commonly eaten in the countryside, particularly in the department of Boyacá.
Pretty much everyone needs to know how to make arepas in Colombia. Once you do it a couple of times it’ll be like making grilled cheese. Here is my guide.
Caldo de Costilla is a beef broth that’s commonly eaten for breakfast in Colombia, particularly in the Andes region. It’s known as the go to hangover cure.
Forget the gold museum or the salt cathedral, Paloquemao is the first place everyone should go to when visiting Bogota and getting to know local culture.
If there was ever a list of best Colombian products, the cocada de arequipe would easily rank in the top 5. Enjoy this creamy and sugary goodness any time.