Culinary Adventures in Costa Rica

This is day 2 in Costa Rica. We decided to upgrade from a “standard” room to a villa. Basically it’s a suite. The main feature for us is the kitchen. We just got back from a trip to the local supermercado with a bunch of food we aren’t actually quite sure how to cook. Haha.

Jeremiah is making a stir fry with tiquisque (a kind of taro root), yucca root, mexican zucchini (at least that’s what we call it at home), and garlic plus pan fried cod on the side. He can’t quite get over how fresh the fish is.

UPDATE: Just tried the fish and it’s amazing. Creamy and soft like scalops… almost like eating the lightest fluffiest butter you’ve ever tasted. Plus this is just the fish – no seasoning.

4 thoughts on “Culinary Adventures in Costa Rica”

  1. Where are you??? Please do more updates! So jealous. Costa Rica is the best. Yum yum yummy yum!!

    Also, make sure you try some salsa Lizano on your gallo pinto in the morning! It’s da bomb diggity

  2. It’s more like how not fresh the fish is at the supermarkets in US. But then that’s why I go to Sushi Ota, like tonight :)

  3. Thats so great! I’m glad you guys upgraded might as well live it up right!!!! I remember eating some of Miah’s concoctions they were always super yummy so I’m sure it all came out great!!! Have fun keep posting!!! I’m living vicariously through you two right now lol

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