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Peru Culinary Travel

PeruCooking Vacations, Food Tours, Cooking Classes, Culinary Holidays

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, more ▼
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 Adventure in Lima and Machu Picchu
Magical Mystery Culinary Adventure in Lima and Machu Picchu
8 days | 7 nights  - 
Machu Picchu and Lima - Peru's Hidden Gifts
From $5,598
(For One Person, Double Occupancy)

Food & Wine Events

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).
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Entrega de Varas

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

Dishes from different restaurants can be sampled and bought, along with a competition for the best dish and artistic shows.
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Foundation of Iquitos

Plenty of parades and parties, so expect a long night of drinking and dancing -- jungle style.
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