Stovetop Teriyaki Chicken is a delicious, quick and easy recipe that is sure to please even the pickiest of eaters.
Tomorrow begins Chilcano Week in Peru – an entire week to celebrate the Peruvian Chilcano de Pisco!
Here in Peru, we have a variety of mangoes to choose from. Mango season is just about over here and I wanted to share most of my favorite ways to eat them.
What sounds like a strange mixture of ingredients turns out to bring back memories of India and makes a wonderful tortilla-like creation to enjoy a number of stews.
Lentils are one of my favorite menestras, not just because they taste good but also because they are quick to make, unlike so many other beans which required overnight soaking and long hours of simmering. This is a delicious way to prepare lentils.
This recipe incorporates some of my favorite flavors and sounded absolutely delicious. Oh, and I was not disappointed! Really, this was delicious and definitely something I will make again. Are you in fall weather and need a tasty stew to warm you up? Make this! Again and again.
Slumber parties are things of children. My best friend P and I had one every year for our birthdays, mine in June and hers in October. Until bad news struck. It seemed like every time we had these sleepovers, some kind of tragedy would happen at the other’s home. The morning after celebrating her birthday, […]
Ginger is used in Peru mainly for the Peruvian Chinese food. This delicious – and I mean delicious! – soup allowed me to play with several types of ginger.
I am often amused by the English language. Since it is what I grew up with, I don’t often notice the humor. But when I try to explain the rules and tendencies to others, it becomes comical. One word can have numerous meanings. Several words, although written differently, can all sound like the same word. […]