Easter egg nests: these easy chocolate crispy cakes are great for baking with children.

Chocolate Easter egg nest cakes

Easter egg nests: these easy chocolate crispy cakes are great for baking with children.

How To Make Chicha: Corn Beer Recipe | E. C. Kraus Homebrewing Blog

How To Make Chicha: Corn Beer Recipe

How To Make Chicha: Corn Beer Recipe | E. C. Kraus Homebrewing Blog

The base of #Anasazi corn beer: Muko, or corn cakes moistened with saliva. Yep--spit!

The base of #Anasazi corn beer: Muko, or corn cakes moistened with saliva. Yep--spit!

Boiling cauldrons of ground corn -- one of the first steps in creating the corn beer called tesquino

The Sacred Corn Beer of the Tarahumara

Boiling cauldrons of ground corn -- one of the first steps in creating the corn beer called tesquino

The Sacred Corn Beer of the Tarahumara

The Sacred Corn Beer of the Tarahumara

Tarahumara celebrate Easter, not with solemnity as Christians do, but with a real celebration with much corn beer.

This quick bread recipe is flavored with yeasty beer, spicy pickled jalapeño peppers, and sweet corn kernels.

Jalapeño-Corn-Beer Quick Bread

This quick bread recipe is flavored with yeasty beer, spicy pickled jalapeño peppers, and sweet corn kernels.

Glass of chicha de jora, a Peruvian corn beer. Cusco, Peru

Glass of chicha de jora, a Peruvian corn beer. Cusco, Peru

Chicha de Jora is a fermented corn beer originated in the Incan Empire

This Ancient Incan Corn Beer Might Bring You Closer to the Gods

Chicha de Jora is a fermented corn beer originated in the Incan Empire

CUY (Guinea pig) meat is high in protein and low in fat and cholesterol, and is described as being similar to rabbit and the dark meat of chicken. The animal may be served fried (chactado or frito), broiled (asado), or roasted (al horno), and in urban restaurants may also be served in a casserole or a fricassee. Ecuadorians commonly consume sopa or locro de cuy, a soup dish. Pachamanca or huatia, a process similar to barbecueing, is also popular, and is usually served with corn beer…

CUY (Guinea pig) meat is high in protein and low in fat and cholesterol, and is described as being similar to rabbit and the dark meat of chicken. The animal may be served fried (chactado or frito), broiled (asado), or roasted (al horno), and in urban restaurants may also be served in a casserole or a fricassee. Ecuadorians commonly consume sopa or locro de cuy, a soup dish. Pachamanca or huatia, a process similar to barbecueing, is also popular, and is usually served with corn beer…

Resultado de imagen para chicha mochica

Resultado de imagen para chicha mochica

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