No menu items!
67.8 F
San Jose
Tuesday, June 28, 2022
spot_img

A look inside Costa Rica’s Good Friday processions

A preview of San José's Good Friday procession, with sights and sounds from last year's event.

6 Tropical Foods in Costa Rica you thought you knew

Here are six tropical foods and spices that grow in Costa Rica that you definitely know but probably have never seen au naturel.

Merry Christmas!

Wishing you a wonderful holiday!

An Age Old Christmas Tradition: Making tamales in Costa Rica

Doña Flor Arguedas, 71, has been making tamales since she was 22. That was the year she got married. Her new mother-in-law told her,...

Tamales in Costa Rica – A Christmas Tradition

Tamales go deep in Costa Rican culture and they are one of the most accessible ways to tap into your inner Tico, especially during the Christmas and New Year holidays.

Add some Costa Rican love to your Thanksgiving Table

How would one serve a traditional Thanksgiving meal with a few Costa Rican twists? Tico Times columnist and culture editor Katherine Stanley and her husband, chef Adrián Obando, explore a few possibilities.

When Fishing in Costa Rica – Leave the Fish in the Water

The regulations are far from perfect in this country, and way too many billfish die each year as bycatch in commercial operations, but that does not give us the right to not follow the regulations in place. It is not difficult at all to leave them in the water and still get a good hero shot.

Plants in Costa Rica That Help with Aches and Pains

Home Gardening columnist Ed Bernhardt offers up his favorite plants and recipes for pain-relieving teas, tinctures and poultices.

Pejibayes in Costa Rica – The Ultimate Rainy Season Fruit

Visitors to Costa Rica during the rainy season will come across the pejibaye harvest in local markets. This unusual fruit comes from a tropical palm, often called peach palm in English, and has a starchy, orange mesocarp or midsection that is edible when cooked.

6 Popular Tropical Foods of Costa Rica you thought you knew

Here are six tropical foods and spices that grow in Costa Rica that you definitely know but probably have never seen au naturel.
Costa Rica Coffee
Costa Rica Coffee

Trending Stories

46 migrants found dead in abandoned truck in Texas

At least 46 migrants were found dead Monday in and around a truck that was abandoned on the roadside on the outskirts of the...

Tropical Wave Number 11 will enter Costa Rica causing more rains

Heavy rains give no respite to the country. Tropical wave number 11 is expected to arrive. Due to this event, the National Emergency Commission...

US ending abortion right a ‘huge blow’ to human rights : UN

The decision by the US Supreme Court on Friday to end the right to abortion is "a huge blow to women's human rights and...

Compare