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Posts Tagged ‘Mistura’
  • You know, Peruvians aren't lying when they tell you that over 3,000 varieties of potatoes are grown in their soils. Potato is called papa in Latin America, not patata!

    3000 Papas

    You know, Peruvians aren’t lying when they tell you that over 3,000 varieties of potatoes are grown in their soils. Potato is called papa in Latin America, not patata!

  • At Mistura today, I also had the privilege of bumping into Yukio Hattori, president of the renown Japanese Hattori Cooking and Nutrition school, commentator on Iron Chef and one of the foremost public authorities on food in Japan.

    Resurfacing Tuna

    At Mistura today, I also had the privilege of bumping into Yukio Hattori, president of the renown Japanese Hattori Cooking and Nutrition school, commentator on Iron Chef and one of the foremost public authorities on food in Japan.

  • Today, I attended Mistura, Lima's extraordinary annual national gastronomy fair. I had little idea of what I would find other than numerous food stands representing Lima's many restaurants and niche eateries (huariques). I discovered that it was a lot more [...]. To my luck, Ferran Adrià was again present to give an inspiring talk, now with almost a full week of enjoyment in Lima and an obvious enthusiasm for the culinary energy of this country.

    On the Bulldog’s Tail

    Today, I attended Mistura, Lima’s extraordinary annual national gastronomy fair. I had little idea of what I would find other than numerous food stands representing Lima’s many restaurants and niche eateries (huariques). I discovered that it was a lot more […]. To my luck, Ferran Adrià was again present to give an inspiring talk, now with almost a full week of enjoyment in Lima and an obvious enthusiasm for the culinary energy of this country.