Tag Archives: Peruvian Flavors

Ceviche didn’t start out as the national dish of Peru. This humble dish earned that title over the decades as now almost every Peruvian restaurant serves it. Not only is it popular in South America, ceviche has become a favorite around the world. … Continue reading

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As one of the most diverse culinary spots of the world, Peru has quite a few dishes that have unique histories. Peruvian Chinese food, for example, dates back to the late 19th century immigrations of families from the Canton region, which was going … Continue reading

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The legendary Peruvian flavors that have put this South American nation on the world’s culinary map are not limited to the kitchen; they also extend to beverages that you can enjoy with Peruvian food and with great company at the dinner table. Peruvian drinks can … Continue reading

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  In Peru, the holiday season starts on the first Sunday of December and continues until January 6; during this time, the mood across the country is very festive and family-oriented. It is not unusual for friends and relatives to travel … Continue reading

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Arequipa, a mountain town, is off the beaten path for most tourists. So, it gives you the real feel of Peruvian life rather than planned tourist stops. Its cuisine is as authentic as its people and offers a tremendous experience … Continue reading

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There are some unusual fruits in Peru unknown to most people and they create a festive combination in recipes unlike any other. Here are four of the most popular fruits used in Peruvian food. Aquaje This superfruit is similar to acai, but better. … Continue reading

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Those who want a little something, whether its a snack or an appetizer, need to look no further than chicharrones. Chicharrones, popular in Peru, are also a restaurant staple in many parts of the world beyond South America. They are also … Continue reading

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Once a secret to everyone but well-traveled foodies, casual diners around the globe are now becoming acquainted with the flavors of Peru. With a geographically varied terrain, the nation is home to some of the greatest horticultural diversity on the planet. … Continue reading

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Peru is home to a very long Pacific coast. Archaeologists believe that the first surfers in the Americas were indigenous Peruvians, specifically the Chimu people, who were also known as skilled seafood cooks. The northern coast of this country is … Continue reading

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Have you stopped to think why Peruvian cuisine has become so popular in recent years? The secret to this recent popularity is that there are no secrets when it comes to preparing, discussing and enjoying food. The culinary tradition of Peru has … Continue reading

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