As someone who is interested in everything food, I was on alert all week while I was in Guatemala.  As I have already shared, I caught a glimpse of the kitchens of some of the families. I learned how to stretch the dollar by shopping at the market, and I was gifted with the opportunity to serve meals in the afternoon to children that live in the surrounding areas.

Aptly named the Manna Ministry, children are guaranteed at least one hot meal a day, even if they are not part of the orphanage. Unsupervised children of all ages  hike, sometimes miles, to receive their lunch and then we would share the afternoon with them.

Simple fare was served, but it filled their bellies, and made for lots of smiles.
In fact, it’s even easier for me now to continue my No Spend, Pantry Challenge. We’ve been home for a few days now, and I have only purchased a hand full of items.

My eyes were open to a variety of interesting “delicacies,”

I love trying to guess some of the new foods. Here is my featured photo from above.
Any guesses?
Have you ever seen this food before?

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Also, Please limit the number of posts you link, and do not link up a recipe meme that you have started. Thanks for your understanding.
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