A Bolivian Food Medley

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by Sil Pancho

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02.06.2013

Today we bring you a medley of Bolivian dishes.  For the tourist, it will help you to understand what in the world you are asking for as you scan the menus in the country’s various regions.  For the Bolivian native, it will simply make your mouth water for “la comida de la patria.”

Provecho!

You can see many of these recipes in the My Mother’s Bolivian Kitchen cookbook, available on Amazon.

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