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5 Dishes to Eat in Peru


Peru is fast-gaining a spot in international culinary conversations. It is home to dishes and flavours that are unique to the region, and not found anywhere else. Few places offer such diversity of ingredients,... Read more

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Links We Like: 8/24 Edition

Laura Siciliano-Rosen August 24, 2012

Some favorite links this week in the worlds of food, travel, and cooking.

Chopped beef sandwich in Austin, Texas

Serious Eats: Everything Sandwiches
We are loving the National Sandwich Month coverage over on Serious Eats—it’s inspiring us not only to go out and try new sammies but also to experiment more at home (avocado and sardine sandwich, anyone?). Pictured above is one of our own all-time favorites, Austin’s chopped beef sandwich.

IstanbulFood’s Picks
In research mode for our upcoming trip to Turkey, we’re spending lots of time perusing our favorite blogs from the area, including IstanbulFood. We’re already dreaming of this breakfast on the Bosphorus

The New Yorker: Learning How to Eat
Musings on teaching yourself to be a good eater, à la Julia Child.

Eater: 12 Cheap Eats Destinations in NYC
Readers’ favorite cheap-eats destinations in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Some great picks, but: Where’s Queens, guys? We assume it was left out because the borough is so chock-full of incredible cheap eats, they wouldn’t even know where to start. Hmm, I smell a new blog post for us…

Quick Dish: Tomato and Corn Risotto
In the kitchen this week we had lots of local corn, tomato, and zucchini, which we put to good use with this creamy risotto recipe we found on Quick Dish, from The Girl Who Ate Everything. P.S. It was even better with a little crumbled feta thrown in. (Isn't everything, though?)


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