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Jojoto Venezuelan Arepas

On a sunny Saturday afternoon before my train departing at Liverpool Street station, I decided to arrive early and walk up to Shoreditch for the Urban Food Fest. 450 palabras más

Food

A Taste of Venezuala at La Cocinita

*This review is originally posted on North by Northwestern*

Lately, Evanston has seen quite a bit of a turnover in its food scene. With restaurants offering food ranging from Arlen’s Chicken (which, unfortunately, has recently closed down) to Peppercorn Kitchen, does Evanston really need another new cuisine? 706 palabras más

Evanston/Chicago

Arepa: Reina Pepiada

When I first moved to Toronto I was eager to try out Arepa, mainly because I had seen an article about it on blog.to which caught my attention. 531 palabras más

Gluten-free

International Relations: breakfast sandwich edition

When I woke up this morning, infinitely more hungover than expected, I knew a breakfast sandwich wasn’t a desire but a necessity. I’m not kidding when I say that making it out the door was a top-ten strugglefest. 394 palabras más

Breakfast

Venezuelan Food

Venezuelan politics and our current economic crisis have been dominating the news for a long time but because food is way better than my country’s politics, and Venezuelan cuisine is one of the many reasons why I love my country, I thought about sharing with you some of our traditional dishes while I try not to cry because of how much I miss them. 852 palabras más

Food

Bien Me Sabe, Claro Que Si

Restaurants in Chicago come and go. Some have long lives and there are others that stay in business for a short time. One restaurant I recently found out had closed its doors was a Venezuelan restaurant in Oak Park, Illinois. 357 palabras más

Restaurants

favorite restaurant~Minneapolis.

Hola Arepa. Go now, get any arepa, yucca fries and thank me later.

It’s my absolute favorite restaurant in the city. Affordable and amazing food, great atmosphere, quick service…it does no wrong. 37 palabras más