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

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • "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.

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

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  • Gail Gelburd and originally mounted in late 2009 and early 2010 at the Lyman Allyn Art Museum in New London, Conn., takes its title from the anthropologist and ethnomusicologist Fernando Ortiz 1881-1969, who described Cuban culture as an "ajiaco," after a stew that contains many ingredients.

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  • We miss the effects of the revolution and later developments, and how these made art of the Cuban diaspora even more of an ajiaco.

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  • Columbian potato soup.

    June 13, 2010