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Monthly Archives: December 2021

  1. Recipe "Baked Pork with Colombian Coffee Sauce"

    Baked pork with coffee sauce

     

    (10 to 12 portions)

    Ingredients

    3 pounds of pork

    1 grated onion

    1 tablespoon of black sauce

    1 teaspoon oregano

    2 tablespoons of oil

    2 tablespoons panela

    1 beer

    1 tablespoon of instant coffee

    Salt to taste

     

     

    Marinate the meat well with the onion mixture, salt, black sauce and oregano. Marinate for at least three hours.

    In a heavy bottom pot or pressure cooker heat the oil, brown the meat on all sides, add a beer and the powdered or grated panela.  Cover and cook over medium heat for 1 ½ to 2 hours until tender. Remove the meat and let it rest for a few minutes.

    Pour the cooking juices with the coffee in a bowl. Cut the meat in very thin slices and bathe them with sauce to serve.

     

    * Share these important dates with your family, accompany them with a delicious Colombian

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  2. BEHIND THE BEST COFFEE

    It is a hot December morning. The group begins the descent at nine o'clock in the morning towards one of the many rivers that bathe the Colombian Coffee Cultural Landscape -PCC. Upon arriving at the shore, in spite of a long walk, there is not a single participant who wishes to sit down and rest. They are surrounded by a unique landscape and a tranquility that is not felt in the city. Just past the river it is easy to find the Piedras Marcadas, cultural and archaeological heritage of Risaralda.

     

    After touring the place and taking the respective photos with the different shades of green that the landscape offers, more than one sits down to enjoy a well-deserved snack. In the thermoses they bring the best Colombian coffee and, while they enjoy it, they realize that they have not seen a single person different from those who came down with them. From one moment to the next, a braying sound is heard in the distance

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