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Star Apples: The Other Star Fruit in Costa Rica

At the end of the dry season in April and May, citrus fruits, mangos and avocados are just beginning to form young fruits here...

Duke’s BBQ Restaurant Now in Costa Rica

Low, Slow & Smoked is the Texan Way. Central Texas BBQ has become the most iconic flavor for low, slow and smoked meat flavor in...

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,...

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.

What to expect in your Costa Rica trick-or-treat bag

This weekend is All Hallows’ Eve, Halloween, la noche de brujas, and that means costumes and – of course – candy. Trick-or-treating doesn’t enjoy the same cultural...

Giving the traditional drink of Costa Rica, guaro, a second sip

At a time when a booming craft beer scene has made Costa Rica a regional leader in artisanal brewing, is guaro poised to be Tiquicia’s next big drink trend?

How to make a delicious Costa Rica Chilera – and your own Banana Vinegar

Many families still make this popular recipe with vinegar made from the banana called “guineo negro,” along with hot and sweet chiles, onions, cauliflower, and other available vegetables you may have from the garden.

5 Things You Might Not Know About Patacones in Costa Rica

Mmm, patacones. So delicious. So full of surprising facts.

Off the eaten path: Don Doner

While Don Doner is named after the doners it sells, the french fries here are quite possibly the best in the country.

Icy perfection named for a legend: Costa Rica’s Churchill

While "plato del día" is a main dish, our new series pays homage to Costa Rican treats of all shapes and sizes. First up: an iconic tower of icy sugar named for Sir Winston.

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