Papa a la Huancaina: A Spicy Potato Dish for Picnics

Peruvian cuisine is known all over the world. In fact, it is already replacing the Chinese cuisine as the most popular cuisine in many countries. Read more..

Chifa: Chinese Cuisine a la Peru

Peru has always been a country that has invited immigrants. The racial composition of Peru reflects this. Africans, Europeans, Chinese, Japanese and the native people have all added to Peru’s demographics. Read more..

Chapo: The Sweet Plantain Drink with Spicy Aroma

Peru is known for its many traditional and native alcoholic drinks. However, there are also many indigenous non-alcoholic drinks that can be savored when in this beautiful country. Read more..

Camu Camu: A Fruit that Contains 40 Times More vitamin C than Kiwis

If you thought kiwi was the fruit with the highest concentration of vitamin C, think again. Peruvian camu camu contains more than 40 times of vitamin C than the kiwifruit. Read more..

If You Can't Travel to Peru, Prepare Ceviche On Your Own!

Ceviche is a much celebrated gastronomical delight in the coastal areas of the Americas. In Peru, this dish is so much revered that they declared a holiday in its honor. Read more..

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