Rompopo is the Honduran version of eggnog. This traditional seasonal drink only uses the egg yolks (use the whites for your morning omelets!) and it can be made with or without alcohol.
Chilly temperature is the perfect excuse to indulge in a rich cup of Mexican hot chocolate. The main difference in champurrado from a traditional hot chocolate is the addition of cinnamon, vanilla and masa mixture that results in an aromatic, thicker, yet delicious hot beverage. For an authentic champurrado, use […]
Quench your thirst with Agua de Jamaica! Tart and refreshing, hibiscus flower tea is also known as sorrel in the English-speaking Caribbean. Agua de Jamaica is very popular in Mexico, but it is also known and consumed in Central and South America and of course the Caribbean. Besides its cranberry-juice-like delicious […]
Have you ever been invited to a Peruvian gathering? Chances are you have enjoyed this delicious and refreshing drink made from maíz morado or purple corn. Truth is that along with so many other amazing Peruvian dishes, this drink almost always makes its way to the table! As you may already know, […]
As the No. 1 staple food in Honduras, corn is prepared in a variety ways. Corn tortillas are equivalent to bread. But fresh corn or mazorca — also known as elotes — is the main ingredient in sweet dishes such as Riguas, or corn fritters and beverages such as Atol de […]