MD Cardiologist, Chef, Traveller, Food author
Here is a collection of useful sites related to food
A collection of names used in Costa Rica
cuisine plus an article about fish originally
published at AM Costa Rica on Nov 29, 2005
Copyright Lenny Karpman
An online journal that shows the importance
of the foods that give vitamins and minerals
which your body needs
The "casado" is the backbone of the Costa Rican
menu. An article by Jay Brodell originally
published in AM Costa Rica Oct 2005
A page from Tim´s The Real Costa Rica blog,
with cookbook recommendations for you to
prepare these dishes back home
A canopy tour in the Costa Rican rain forest is
one of the best ways ways to defy gravity and
get a bird´s eye view of the country.
This nature-loving tour company will plan
the perfect travel adventure with confort and
enjoyment in mind
Do you know what you have been eating with
your strawberries? Watch this short video and
learn how to clean this fruit.
Christmas season without tamales is just not
complete. Here is the authentic recipe to try
next Christmas or any time of the year.
Are you planning on visiting or moving to Costa Rica?
Did you know cookies made here are less tasty
and are made with less sugar? Tangerines are
called mandarines? There are no lemons?
Dining in Costa Rica doesn´t present the
health problems that plague the unwary
traveler elsewhere. From the Global Gourmet
Costa Rica makes #15 in this list compliled by
the New York Times Travel Guide. It´s the
birds what they recommend, though...
Culinary enthusiasts: Learn to cook with
fresh, local Costa Rican ingredients while
staying in a secluded mountain Inn.