Food-related travel is quite the trend nowadays. Intrepid travelers have no qualms getting on a flight and traveling to distant lands to discover new tastes and culinary experiences. Almost every city... Read more
Lima not only has fish, but also Japanese. About 80,000 Nisei immigrated to Peru prior to WWII. There is also a large Chinese-Peruvian population, and there lingering legacy is also culinary: arroz…
When is ceviche not ceviche? When it is tiradito. The difference is subtle but essential. Some claim tiradito to be “Japanese-style”. This a euphemism. The style is one of restraint: the onions…
Until Eat Your World can travel to Peru to really delve into the country’s incredible cuisine, we’ve relied on the excellent uploads of our users and now, this guest post from Willa Ahlschwede, spotlighting five favorite frequently… Read more
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