When I decided to spend some time in South America I went with my gut (literally) and chose the country that seemed to have the most positive food reviews: Peru. I am happy to say that Peruvian food did not disappoint — I ended up staying in that glorious, deliciousContinue Reading –
In 2007, Peru’s government raised the country’s cuisine to National Heritage status. Since then, the foodie world has gone crazy for the South American cuisine that’s bursting with color, spice, and influence from all over the globe.
Today, Peru is known as a gastronomic centre for fusion cuisine, with Lima takingContinue Reading –