I greatly admire and respect Gaston Acurio. He has taken Peruvian cuisine to a worldwide recognition, but is the first to encourage the creativity and ambition in others. One thing that I both enjoy and feel challenged by are the “recipes” he posts on his Facebook page. He gives a list of ingredients, some indication […]
They thought it looked like ceviche, and I have to admit, it did. But thankfully, they were all willing to try a few slices of the apples and truth be told, they were hooked!
You were wondering, after seeing that delicious beef with mushroom gravy dish, what that delicious pilaf was, weren’t you?
So often we search for the reddest, ripest rocotos to make aji sauces and I love that this blended sauce uses the green rocoto pepper. Some may think that the green ones are much more mild, but for me, this is a wonderful mixture of spice! Serve with meals or stir a spoonful into your […]
With the lack of prepared & bottled salad dressing, I have grown so accustomed to using fresh squeezed lime juice on my salads that I don’t miss the bottles anymore. But, every so often, I want a bit more on my salad. Here is what I use when it is one of those days.