I can’t believe it has been a year since I started blogging about the food I make and some of the food I eat. It has definitely been a year full of fun and learning experiences. I am truly enjoying this hobby and I am glad to share it with you. To celebrate the one year anniversary I am going back to a traditional recipe from Venezuela.
Pisca Andina is a recipe that warms my heart because it brings back many beautiful memories. My dad was born in a small town valley in the Venezuelan Andes and even thou we didn’t grow up there, we visited often when we were kids. I wish I would’ve made a bigger effort to return more once I became a young adult and got busy with all the compromises of life. It is still a place I treasure in my heart and I cherish with every memory.
In February I was offered the opportunity to start writing a column for a local paper: The Capital City Hues. I am very excited and honored to be a part of this paper. This Pisca Andina recipe is in the March issue of The Capital City Hues. To read the full story and the recipe visit Pisca Andina – A warm tradition from The Andes.
I hope you enjoy this one. Feel free to leave your comments below. THANK YOU so much for reading this blog and for those of you who choose to come back every week, you have NO IDEA how much I APPRECIATE YOU!!!!