Woman preparing buñuelos, typically served with api or tojorín , La Paz , Bolivia
Buñuelos are a popular breakfast / snack in Bolivia made from deep fried dough. They are usually served with api or tojorín, sweet hot drinks made from ground maize. The caramel coloured drink in the image is tojorín, bottom right is api morada made from black / purple maize.
Photograph ID: BoliviaFood2012D8
Photo © James Brunker, Magical Andes Photography 2010
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Photograph size: 22.3 Mpixels (63.9 MB uncompressed) - 5787x3858 pixels (19.2x12.8 in / 49.0x32.7 cm at 300 ppi)
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