'Colombia' on Serious Eats

Latin American Cuisine: Roasted Ripe Plantains with Cream and Sugar

Four ingredients—a ripe plantain, heavy cream, sugar, and cinnamon—get roasted together until the sugar is lightly caramelized and the cream has soaked into the plantain, turning its texture rich and custard-like, almost like a plantain pudding. It takes all of three minutes to throw together (five if you're really terrible at peeling plantains), plus a short stay in the oven, and you've got a crave-worthy dessert hot and ready to go. More

Colombian-style Barbecued Beef Ribs

The best part of the steak is always the fatty, crispy bits near the bones. Here's a secret: You don't have to eat the steak first. This recipe for Colombian-style beef rib barbecue delivers the goods. Fat will render. Connective tissue will soften. Bark will be formed. Dinner will be had. More

Deal of the Day: Cafecito Bogota

This Saturday, Cafecito Bogota is giving away 50 free fruit cholados—a Colombian treat somewhere between a fruit salad and smoothie—starting at 1 p.m. 1015 Manhattan Avenue, Greenpoint Brooklyn (at Green Street; map); 718-569-0077... More

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