Cooking tradition of Colombia might vary from the different geographical regions and not only has the cuisine varied but also cultural terminologies as well. Colombian regular cuisine which makes up party breakfast and lunch is ajiaco. Ajiaco is a soup made out of potatoes and is commonly served with cream and avocado mixed before you have your main course. As stated above the cuisine varies from different regions and this potato soup is most commonly found in Bogota, the Colombian capital and largest city. This soup is mostly served with a salad and white rise topped with sweet or salty tostadas, lemon and avocados. In other regions of Colombia, coastal regions to be more exact have a specialty of pork and wale liver where different mild spices are added to them to bring out the delicate flavors from them. The Caribbean regions do not prefer white rice like the city does, but they prefer more the coconut rice. Another interesting food in Colombia that it has been brought t them is Suero. Suero was brought by Arabian immigrant and is consumed in big quantities now all around Colombia, suero is a mix between yogurt and sour cream. A dish that is shared mostly with friends and guests at a Colombians home is Fritanga, this dish is prepared with some different meats, fried plantains, chicharrones and yellow patatos. To enrich the dishes taste the Colombian housewife adds the aji sauce where is commonly found all around Colombia. After eating all this delicious food you can walk down the street to any fruit stand that are found everywhere and eat the some beautifully delicious tropical fruits.