The Innocents Abroad, Episode 1: Arepera Guacuco
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Episode 1

Venezuela: Arepera Guacuco

In the first episode of The Innocents Abroad, Kate and Nora go to Arepera Guacuco in Brooklyn’s Bushwick neighborhood to learn how to cook a traditional Venezuelan arepa mariscada.

About Arepera Guacuco

The Innocents Abroad is a travel and food show where viewers get to know cultures through their culinary customs and specific dishes.


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  1. The ep with A Salt & Battery is still one of my favs. Can’t beat the traditional fish & chips recipe!

  2. Joseph said on January 16, 2014

    Please make more Episodes of Innocents Abroad! The girls are quite entertaining and endearing. I would especially like to see something on Nordic, or New Nordic. With possibly a great restaurant like Aska in Brooklyn?

  3. Thank you so much, Joseph! We would love to make more episodes and are still in the works to secure funding for another season. But in the meantime, so glad that you enjoy the show and definitely keep watching. Aska is a great restaurant, maybe next season!

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