Bonnie Reichert describes these morsels of yum saying: “Arepas are South American cornmeal buns with loads more flavor, texture and personality than ordinary flour rolls. They are made from a specific type of cooked cornmeal called masarepa, which is available at Latin grocery stores. If you can’t find it, use regular cornmeal and make thinner pancakes over which the meat and slaw can be piled, open faced.” Because we want you on the bandwagon with us, we put together 10 ways to eat an arepa that will stop you in your tracks. Enjoy!