Probably my favorite Bolivian food is the humble salteña, a compact, football-shaped meat pie served generally for breakfast and lunch. When we had money and time (in other words, not often) we would get salteñas for breakfast on our way out to work. The only place I know that makes them in Utah is Bianca’s La Petite Bakery in north Orem, though she doesn’t always have them. The owner/baker is a Bolivian who studied culinary arts in France. It may be time to make a trip up there.
Once a Bolivian man asked me, “Have you tried eating llama meat?” I said no, and he said, “If you’ve eaten salteñas, you’ve eaten llama meat.” I think he was joking, but I’m not entirely sure.
If you speak Spanish, the video gives you a pretty good sampling of the Cochabamba accent.