Thanksgiving Coffee Company

We are an artisan coffee roaster in Northern California. We buy from small farms and cooperatives around the world and our family run company is committed to sustainability. Find out where to buy our coffee or visit our online store.

— Ernesto Somarriba

Saturday, November 27th, 2010

….We say that if you don’t have a piece of meat in your lunch, it is like you don’t eat.

The Nicaraguan food scene : our foods and how we eat.

Monday, November 8th, 2010

This is the central market here in Chinandeg

My Wonderful Mother

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

This is my beatiful mother, her name is Juana Antonia Ordonez, She is 52 years old, she gave me birth when she was 17, she was still a teenager when that happened.


Thursday, October 21st, 2010

In our childhood, we learned that September is the month of Nicaragua independence, In this month we celebrate our independence from Spain. In every school around the country, we have to tell to the students that this month is very special, because finally Nicaragua became a Republic. The students have to know about the men and women that made this possible.

One Nicaraguan’s View of the Revolution

Wednesday, October 20th, 2010

n 1979 the FSLN [ Frente Sandinista de Liberacion Nacional) kicked out of power and the country Anastacio Somoza.
Somoza was a dictator that did a lot of damage to this country. The FSLN was a good choice at that moment. There were a lot of Nicaraguan’s that were recruited into the FSLN forces in order to fight against Somoza. El frente recruited more and more people until they had enough strength, and then they decided to go into the cities to fight against La Guardia Nacional. I was only 5 years at that moment, but I still have some tips in my memory about what happened,

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