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Casual Dining In Costa Rica

Casual Dining In Costa Rica

Casual dining franchises are looking to Costa Rica to expand their markets. But is the move into this biodiverse country a good one? Only time will tell.

Vino Anyone In Costa Rica?

Vino Anyone In Costa Rica?

Costa Rica will soon be able to drink its own wine with the help of wine expert and consultant, Kerry Damskey who has spent over 30 years in the wine business.

Costa Rica – Gourmet

Costa Rica – Gourmet

Costa Rica is responding to customer’s needs by importing products that are desired by many of the ex-pats who are now calling Costa Rica home.

Applebee’s There’s No Place Like Costa Rica

Applebee’s There’s No Place Like Costa Rica

Costa Rica will soon be home to another Applebee’s restaurant opening in October 2011 in the east San Jose area of Sabanilla.

Hearty Costa Rica Breakfast Recipe

Hearty Costa Rica Breakfast Recipe

In Costa Rica, breakfast includes rice and beans which are a staple and often make it onto the plate three times a day, at breakfast, lunch and dinner. But it’s breakfast where Gallo Pinto beans reign supreme and is a favorite way to start the day.

Recipe for Costa Rican Yoga Vittles

Recipe for Costa Rican Yoga Vittles

A perfect yoga recipe to enjoy from Costa Rica – reproduced with permission from http://www.radhaskitchen.org a kitchen and culinary school. Classes include an array of traditional vegetarian, raw, vegan and alkaline recipes, striving to use fresh and organic ingredients.

Tarrazu The Best Bean of Costa Rica

Tarrazu The Best Bean of Costa Rica

Tarrazu is considered to be the best of the best of beans and coffee in Costa Rica and possibly the world. Grown in the southern pacific region in the Volcano Poas region at high altitude, this coffee bean is designated as a Single Hard Bean – which is the highest grade in the Costa Rican [...]

Costa Rica the New Wine Frontier

Costa Rica the New Wine Frontier

Costa Rica’s First Winery Global wine making may expand with plans to build the first winery in CostaRica. Currently a site is being assessed to determine its suitability for a winery. Involved in the process is Kerry Damskey, a Napa Valley winemaker who was also involved in the development of a winery in Nashik, India called Sula Vineyards.

Guac Attack in Costa Rica

Guac Attack in Costa Rica

  Craving for a good guacamole well you have come to the right place in Costa Rica as avocados are currently in season. Known as “aguacate”  avocados have been classified as a large berry and is now considered a superfood for its antioxidants and dietary fiber. The additional vitamins B, E, K and high levels [...]