What is Colombian gastronomy?


17 Aug
17Aug

Classic Colombian, or indeed, Latino gastronomy generally means big breakfasts and lunches, then small suppers before bed. Sunday lunch is family time, as it commences mid-afternoon and isn’t rushed with time for conversation and catching up on the week. There are no gastronomic rules, so soup, salad, meat, fish, vegies, fresh fruit juices, coffee, bread, salty or sweet desserts commonly occur together in one sitting. Traditionally, Colombian cuisine is not spicy, and salt is the basic foundation condiment. Colombian gastronomic demands are met with enormous innovation and the modern meets traditional in contemporary Colombian gastronomy. As a gastronome, if you are seeking a different and exciting cuisine, you will feel at home here in Macondo.