guanabana colombian fruit

How to Make Guanabana (Soursop) Juice

Guanabana in English also goes under the name of soursop or graviola and seems to be quite popular on the streets of Bogotá. Small portable stands with umbrellas to shade them from the impredictable Bogotá weather carry signs claiming ‘guanabana’ to be...

semana santa in colombia

Semana Santa in the Capital of Colombia

Last week, I enjoyed a long 4-day break of ‘semana santa’ or Holy Week (a.k.a Spring Break) in which it seemed all city dwellers left the capital to crowd other towns and cities in Colombia. So naturally, if you want to...

coconut stall in bogota colombia

Coconut Street Stalls in the Streets of Bogotá

With all the coconut benefits flying high and low these days, I’m sure you don’t need a recap to know all the goodness its meat and water contain. Coconut is a popular snack in warmer countries as coconut trees are...

How to Juice Pink Guava (Guayaba)

Guayaba, or guava in English, is native to South and Central America and is easily found everywhere here in the capital. It’s nutritional value is beyond the roof. If you would compare it to the same amount of pineapple, guava...

maracuya juice recipe

How to Make Passion Fruit Juice

So as you know by now, I make my weekly trip to the fruit store and this week for $.40 I found six passion fruit or ‘maracuya’. Feel free to check out last time’s guava nectar, and curuba...