Sunday, January 23, 2011

A typical TIco lunch



After the wildlife boat trips, a typical Costa Rican lunch is a nice stop. Here is a photo of the lunch at the village restaurant that I showed yesterday.

My brother-in-law is serving himself some flatbread. The main dishes are chicken and fish, accompanied by rice and beans, and refreshing fresh fruit juice. Rice and beans are the staple side dishes in Tico cooking. They are called casado, which means married, because rice and beans go together like a married couple.

Tomorrow I will show you a surprise from this same restaurant.

Today is Sunday, so we have new photos on our Viva la Voyage travel photos site. This week we are returning to Stockholm, Sweden to show some of the architecture of the old town.

9 comments:

Genie said...

I could live on their rive and beans with cumin...we eat it all the time. I LOVED all the food we had while on our visits. The end product is we are addicted to the cumin and want it in everything. A yummy shot!

Birdman said...

Looks yummmy!

Sharon said...

That is a very hearty lunch!

Jarart said...

It all looks very good.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

yummy, i love the food there

Rob and Mandy said...

Looking good!

Jack said...

That looks like a tasty (and filling!) lunch.

glenda said...

Great looking food and a very handsome brother in law!

Kate said...

Looks like a good meal!

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