South American Gastronomy on wheels…

Check out this post I wrote for Proexport’s Official Blogger’s site about a Colombian chef who is biking his way around South America to learn more about the continent’s gastronomy.

A few days after I posted this, Diego Moreno emailed me to say he had arrived in Cochabamba, Bolivia and got news of the post. Check out his blog where he posts occasional updates on his journey.


About Diana Holguin

Bilingual voice talent and lover of food. Wayward Fork is where both worlds collide.
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7 Responses to South American Gastronomy on wheels…

  1. elmer says:

    wow. south america to-go!

    • Yeah, it’s an impressive way to see a continent! In his last entry he talks about how in some cities (La Paz in this case) he’ll stay for a month or so and work at a restaurant to really get to know the culture and gastronomy…very cool project 🙂

  2. jamesonblake says:

    That is a great picture! I will definitely go check out his blog.

    • He took that picture somewhere near the city of Pasto in the Deparment of Nariño (Colombia)….beautiful! In terms of food, that region is best known for eating cuy — guinea pigs! Thanks for your comment, j!

  3. I can’t think of a better way to really learn how and what people eat and drink in S.A.

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