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Cuy
Posted by: HoboSylvain | 2015-01-23 18:22:01 | Ipiales, Narino, Colombia
Keywords: BBQ
There are few things I wouldn't try to eat at least once. This is an example of my willingness to try just about anything. This dish is especially popular in Peru, a bit in Ecuador apparently (but I have still to see it in here), but I first tried it in Ipiales, the only region of Colombia where it's common to eat it. It's called 'cuy'... it's a guinea pig. It's roasted much like a chicken as you can see. It's an expensive dish ($15 for a whole cuy, head included). But you can try it in half (like I did) or in soup, etc... There's not much meat in there, but the skin is very tasty (much like a well crunchy BBQ chicken skin). Would you join me in trying?



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