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  • Last spring, I had an elaborate Colombian dish called ajiaco at my friend Ana's dinner party.

    The Seattle Times

  • Marcela knows how to make ajiaco and now Katrina does too.

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  • They have a soup/meal they like here in Bogota and elsewhere called ajiaco.

    What a Jolly Good Day « Unknowing

  • Farmhouses are whitewashed, strewn with fresh red flowers, and travelers are welcomed with a hot bowl of ajiaco.

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  • The origins of the ajiaco in Cuba go as far back as our native Indians who the Spanish annihilated, when it was most likely just a simple vegetable stew.

    Havana Salsa

  • The origins of the ajiaco in Cuba go as far back as our native Indians who the Spanish annihilated, when it was most likely just a simple vegetable stew.

    Havana Salsa

  • The origins of the ajiaco in Cuba go as far back as our native Indians who the Spanish annihilated, when it was most likely just a simple vegetable stew.

    Havana Salsa

  • Not wanting to wait until I had a dinner party to make the ajiaco, I reduced the quantities to small-family proportions her recipe served 12.

    The Seattle Times

  • "You can't make ajiaco," she wrote and added, "You need three different kinds of potatoes, none of which is available here," along with a grassy herb called guascas.

    The Seattle Times

  • Warm up with ajiaco, Bogota's signature stew, typically cooked with three kinds of local potatoes, spiced with capers.

    Reuters: Press Release

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  • Columbian potato soup.

    June 13, 2010