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PeruCooking Vacations, Foodie Tours, Culinary Getaways

Peruvian cuisine has been heavily influenced by Spanish and west African cooking styles and techniques, as well as by Asian and central European cooking. On a culinary tour in Peru, individuals will taste and prepare traditional dishes with the basic staples: beans, corn, quinoa, vegetables, roots, and tubers. In addition, cooking in Peru will surely include a variety of colorful and tasty Peruvian chili peppers in dishes such as ceviche, a medley of fish and shellfish, and anticuchos which is beef heart, marinated in spices, and grilled to perfection. One will learn to cook traditional dishes such as empanadas which are meat turnovers, or venture into preparing tripe stew or fried Guinea pig from the indigenous regions of the Andes. Regardless of experience, individuals touring Peru will relish in the rich diversity of flavors, aromas and tastes of traditional, as well as unusual, cuisine offered in this ancient land.

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Magical Mystery Culinary Tour of Lima and Machu Picchu
In the Peruvian kitchen you will experience an abundance of fresh ingredients blended with the immigrant traditions of many lands. Explore and follow the evolution of one of the world’s most unique and delicious cuisines in the location of its birth. The backdrop for your adventure will begin in the warm and vivid city of Lima, then to Cusco the center of the ancient Inca Empire, the Sacred Valley with its ancient trails and agricultural terraces and on to Machu Picchu.
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Lima, Peru

Taste What's Happening!

Santuranticuy Fair

One of the largest arts-and-crafts fairs in Peru where artisans lay out blankets & sell ceramics, carvings, pottery, and hot rum punch (ponche).

Entrega de Varas

This pre-Columbian festival is celebrated with chicha (fermented maize beer) and llonque (sugar-cane alcohol);

Foundation of Lima

Anniversary celebrations typically involve Peruvian beer, food, dancing and fireworks.

Día del Pisco Sour

Bars and restaurants across Lima offer special deals on pisco sours.

National Pisco Sour Day

Festival including dance performances, concerts, Peruvian food and Pisco Sour. Around town tastings, competitions and parties are held.

Festival Internacional de la Vendimia (Wine Festival)

3/1/2016 - 3/8/2016
Celebration of the grape harvest & the region's wine and pisco brandy, with fairs and musical festivals. Second week of March. Dates approx.

Festival of San Juan

The feast day of St. John the Baptist. Events include fiestas with lots of music and regional cuisine.

National Ceviche Day

A national day in honor of ceviche, with plenty of ceviche-related events

National Pisco Day

Bars and restaurants providing plenty of pisco-related promotions.
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