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In celebration of Mistura Peru’s finest food festival we ask our Lima staff for the best recipes so that you can prepare delicious Peruvian cuisine at home.
We visit Latin America’s best food festival, Mistura, eating delicious food and enjoying the music and parades and exploring markets full of products.
Peruvian cuisine has received glowing reviews and increased international attention. The Wall Street Journal named Peru’s food scene “The Next Big Thing.”
There is a joke in Peru that if the archeology fails to capture your attention, the food surely will.
First cultivated on the altiplano in Peru, there are still over 2,800 varieties of potato grown, more than any other nation. Peruvians don’t take the humble spud lightly.
Cindy Courtney shares her memories of living in Peru, and offers her version of a Peruvian favorite: Aji de Gallina, a must-try treat.
Find the best market spots in Lima with this guide to Peruvian food.