Friday, February 5, 2010

Costa Rican Casado

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Spanish for Success
Study Spanish in Costa Rica

A typical dish served during lunch, and at times can be served for dinner. The Casado, or “marriage in the dish,” is a combination of various types of food into one plate.
Casados consist of rice, beans, vegetables (salads), and your choice of chicken, beef, fish, or pork.
When visiting Costa Rica and looking for something authentic from the country, Casado would be one of those experiences one should not miss. Many of family owned small diners, or “Sodas,” as they call it, will normally serve the dish.

Here is video made by one of the students who participated in program.


Stef said...

My friend was in Costa Rica, he traveled thorough last minute travel. I saw his photos from there, it is amazing place. I would like to go there in the future.I will buy
lots in costa rica

Albert Austin said...
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Albert Austin said...

It's really a very good experience to have such a nice trip for study spanish in costa rica.It's nice.I like this blog.
Thanks a lots.

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