· June, 2006

Stories about Panama from June, 2006

Global Food Blog Report #22

  29 June 2006

#1: Klephblog, no doubt over-caffeinated,  writes "How Coffee changed the Modern World," a great essay about this fruit of the Gods: This wondrous plant is a native of the new world and was sprung on an unsuspecting European public as these shores became colonized in the 15th century. By the...

Panama: Forgotten Issues . . . reminder

  27 June 2006

A (very musical) blog called Asi es la Vida en Panama has a short list of forgotten cases and crimes that have not been solved yet, this is probably a wake up call for our Panamanian government's delays. Don't be surprised if there's a James Blunt song in the background.

Panama: Photos from San Blas

  19 June 2006

Melissa de Leon has posted photos of the Kuna people from the autonomous Panamanian region of Kuna Yala (wikipedia), more commonly referred to as San Blas.

Global Food Blog Report #21

  11 June 2006

#1: After almost a month her blog vanished without reasonable explanation, Chef Ines Peña from Caracas, Venezuela is back with her brand new and improved creation: Apuntes de Cocina. Lets head over to her blog and cheer her up a little for her perseverance and the love to share her...

Global Food Blog Report # 20

  6 June 2006

We keep a database of delicious food blogs from all over the world, and make sure to follow their creations and stories every week. Being the blogoholic I am, I spend endless hours searching and blog-hopping trying to find new and interesting blogs to feature. We love to learn about...

Panama: Chef Melissa in La Prensa

  5 June 2006

Chef Melissa de Leon appeared in the pages of the Ellas Magazine from the newspaper La Prensa in Panama, in which the newspaper reviews her talent and experience in the kitchen as well as two of her recipes.

Panama, Colombia: Some Expensive Beans and a Legend Retires

  2 June 2006

Sure, much of the world has become accustomed to paying US $50 to fill up their gas tanks. But $50 for a pound of coffee beans? Elena Hernandez has the story (ES). Meanwhile, both Libardo Buitrago (ES), Sangroncito and Jennifer Woodard Maderazo bid farewell to the actor who played the...

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