Written by: May Mc’Causland
Narrated by: May Mc’Causland y Gustavo Angarita Jr.
Recorded and Postproduced by: Simón Jaramillo of Vinilo Estudio.
Hello humans! The Buenaventura Expedition begins and I have compiled some photographs, videos and links from our first day. How we got to San Marcos to delight our palate with Maria del Pilar Caicedo and how we met Cocinando desde las raíces (Cooking from the roots) movement.
I share several links of the recommended routes on the interactive map.
Thank you all for listening and reading.
We are happy to hear from you and we will be attentive to your messages.
See you soon to continue reviewing La Mochila Desgualanga’.
How we got to San Marcos
Our first approach to ancestral knowledge
Colombia and its delights
Go to San Marcos and meet Colombia
Traditional cuisine at Doña Livia
Maria del Pilar Caicedo protagonist of the first day of the expedition.
Sound Journey: The patron saint festivities ‘San Pacho’ in Chocó
Listen in the fascinating voice of Gustavo the recreation of one of the most recognized festivals in the Pacific.
Chocó our gest department
How we relate the department of Chocó to the fire element
Fun Fact: Tambaolla
Hear the story in May’s voice and if you do Tambaolla, acknowledge it!
The promises of the Podcast
HOW WE GOT TO SAN MARCOS
We started our way to San Marcos, making a first stop at the bridge of Dagua river, where we not only ate chopped sugar cane, but also met Doña Calixta, a vendor of pepa bread and sugar cane.
May with Doña Calixta
The filmmakers' first stop
COLOMBIA AND ITS DELIGHTS
Pepa bread is one of the fruits present in the territories, do you know it? If they are from other regions or countries, what do they call it? Leave us the answer in comments to get to know each other a little more.
Pepa bread, breadfruit, marzipan, vijahoó or panapén
TRADITIONAL CUISINE AT DOÑA LIVIA
Maria del Pilar Caicedo
Recording Maria del Pilar’s recipe
Wood stove in the kitchen of Doña Livia Restaurant
Knowing Colombia (more info on the blog of La Cachaca in Buenaventura)
Remembering our friend Gregorio Amú, a traditional cook fromTimbiquí, Cauca. Who has supported us since the beginning of APPELLATION OF ORIGIN: COLOMBIAN PACIFIC with his Restaurant Fusión Pacífico
Gregorio: The traditional cook
LIVE THE COMPLETE EXPERIENCE OF THE FIRST DAY OF OUR EXPEDITION
Here you can find the chapter of logbooks, Pacific Characters and the podcast that has to do with the visit to San Marcos. You have to see it!
TRADITIONAL CUISINE IN THE PACIFIC
Complementary links of the Pacific cuisine (Articles in Spanish)
LIBRO SABERES Y SABORES DEL PACÍFICO
KNOWLEDGE AND FLAVORS OF THE PACIFIC BOOK
SABORES Y SENDEROS GASTRONÓMICOS DEL PACÍFICO CHOCOANO
FLAVORS AND GASTRONOMIC TRAILS OF THE CHOCOAN PACIFIC
BROCHURE COLOMBIA SABE: LAS COCINAS DEL PACÍFICO
COLOMBIAN FLAVOR BROCHURE: PACIFIC KITCHENS
TYPICAL RECIPES FROM THE PACIFIC CUSINE
These are the roofs where the locals have their houses and restaurants
The importance of aromatic and medicinal plants
PLANTAS AROMÁTICAS Y MEDICINALES ENFERMEDADES DE IMPORTANCIA Y SUS USOS TERAPÉUTICOS.
AROMATIC AND MEDICINAL PLANTS IMPORTANT DISEASES AND THEIR THERAPEUTIC USES.
And Gustavo took the risk of preparing a traditional Tapao de Pescado (fish hot plate), it was delicious, even Coco, (May´s cat) ate it.
Chocoanos full of color in their traditional festival
CHOCÓ OUR GEST DEPARTMENT
The isologo of APPELLATION OF ORIGIN is dressed in yellow to represent the element FIRE and the department of CHOCÓ.
How to navigate the map:
- Click the play button in the center of the map.
- Use the arrows on the left side of the screen to open or close the control panel.
3. Choose the route or sites you want to see on the map.
4. By clicking on any of the pins that will appear on the map, you will obtain more information about the place, organization or event to which it refers.
ON THIS MAP YOU CAN FIND THE ROUTE OF FESTIVITIES
CHECK THE GASTRONOMIC ROUTE HERE
FUN FACT: TAMBAOLLA
Si ustedes saben que es, envíenos mensajes …
Les recomiendo PERSONAJES PACÍFICO de María del Pilar Caicedo y el recorrido 360º del día.
Infinite thanks for reading and listening, I hope you continue to carry LA MOCHILA DESGUALANGA’ with us, see you in the next chapter!