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Panamanian Cuisine

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I'll be traveling to Panaman for about five days in the beginning of July. Can anyone recommend any good cookbooks or dishes to try while I am there. I know nothing about the cuisine.

Thanks.

-z

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We've had several threads on Panama - food & beverages & restaurants, etc.

I suggest you do a search. In the "search for" window, put Panama* which will pull up everything that starts with Panama - including Panamanian.

Then, select "all open forums" and "older than" and "titles only."

When I do that, I get some six threads about the country and cuisine.


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