Arepas are a staple of Venezuelan homes, and are different from those made in Colombia or other latin countries. They're eaten for breakfast (frequently with ham and cheese), dinner (with heavier fillings which include many proteins), and especially after clubbing (it's a 99% no hangover guarantee).
Naturally gluten free, Nutritious (the flour is enriched with nutrients) and cheap to make, I haven't found a Venezuelan that doesn't eat them multiple times a week! Frankly, they're what have kept the current crisis in Venezuela from decimating the population. To make them, you'll need Venezuelan Corn Flour (check out the link for the image or to buy) which is available in most latin sections of large retailers.