On a scale of one to ten, how much of a sugar freak are you? We would like to believe that everyone has a sweet tooth buried somewhere within them, especially when it comes to taking a bite of a Belizean fudge. Belize has some unique and interesting, yet delicious sweets that we urge you ... .Read More about The Ultimate Belizean Fudge Recipe
Tacos Galore Tacos are deceptively simple by reputation, however; the reality is there’s so much that goes into making them. Whether your favorite is Al Pastor, Carnitas, Chorizo, Street Tacos, or Asada, the taco is a food everyone can agree on how astounding it is. It’s simple… Tacos make people happy. They have been around ... .Read More about Let’s Taco ‘Bout It!
Throughout the Yucatan, Quintana Roo and Belize, there is a precious green superfood called Chaya, which forms a vital element of Maya-Mestizo cuisine. In Belize, especially for village dwellers, we learned to eat from the bounty of the land. It is customary for a Chaya tree to be a part of any home garden. Fortunately, ... .Read More about Chaya/Maya Spinach
“Staat yuh mawin’ rite wid sum meat pies!” (Start your morning right with some meat pies!) as most Belizeans would say. While it may not sound like a breakfast item, meat pies are truly the best-selling most popular breakfast food in Belize. These mini hand pies are a Belizean staple. You will often see vendors riding ... .Read More about Oh My Meat Pie! A Belizean Breakfast Classic
Like its kaleidoscope of cultures, Belize’s culinary landscape–from stick-to-your-ribs stews to streetside tamales–begs exploration. Belize’s dual Caribbean and Central American identity leads to flavorful cuisines across six districts. There are surprising options beyond the national plate of coconut rice and beans, with stewed chicken. Start with this primer, and then add your own discoveries. FAST ... .Read More about Taste of Belizean Tradition
Celebrate Christmas the right way with some rum popo (the Belize egg nog)! Rum Popo is a rich creamy blended traditional drink made in Belize that is similar to egg nog. This drink, dating back hundreds of years, is typically served in Belizean households as a celebratory drink shared with family and friends but can ... .Read More about Rum Popo – The Perfect Holiday Drink