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Peruvian cuisine is one of the most diverse in the world. Distinct influences come from its three main geographical zones – the coast, the jungle and the Andean Highlands and various immigrant cultures. What you find is a melting pot of flavors receiving International recognition. Peruvians are proud of their cuisine and for good reason. In this video we try to explore as many different kinds of Peruvian foods as possible.
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With only three weeks in Lima we had our work cut-out for us given the diversity of things to try. What exactly did we sample? Well, we ate Churros, Picarones, Turron, Ceviche, Tejas, Cremoladas, Tamales, Pan Con Chicharron, Alfajores, Cuy, King Kong, Mazamorra Marada, Pisco Sour, Inca Kola, Doña Pepa, Kamote, Sublime, Chicha Morada and Besos de Moza just to name a few. The following is a compilation of individual taste tests making up this Peruvian Food Guide.
Peruvian Cuisine: Ultimate Peruvian Food Guide for Lima, Peru Travel Video Transcript:
1) Eating Churros at Manolo in Lima, Peru
2) Eating Ceviche in Lima, Peru
3) Peruvian Food Taste Test
4) Picarones: Eating Peruvian Doughnuts for Dessert in Lima, Peru
5) Eating Turrón in Lima, Peru
6) Alfajores Peruanos: Eating Peruvian Alfajores in Lima, Peru
7) Eating Peruvian shaved ice cream at Cremoladas Curich in Lima, Peru
8) Eating Tejas and Chocotejas in Lima, Peru
9) Eating the Biggest Sandwich in the World in Lima, Peru
10) Peruvian Breakfast: Eating Tamales and Pan Con Chicharrón in Lima
11) King Kong de manjarblanco | Eating Peruvian Dessert
12) Pizza de Cuy: Eating Guinea Pig Pizza in Lima, Peru
13) Mazamorra Morada, Arroz Con Leche & Puré De Camote for Dessert in Lima, Peru
14) How to make a Pisco Sour in Lima, Peru
This is part of our Travel in Peru series. We’re making a series of videos showcasing Peruvian culture, Peruvian arts, Peruvian foods, Peruvian religion, Peruvian cuisine and Peruvian people.
All photos and video taken by Samuel Jeffery (Nomadic Samuel) and Audrey Bergner (That Backpacker).
Music in this video courtesy of Audio Network
By Salome from Paraguay - 2015.05.22 12:13
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By Susan from Slovenia - 2015.05.15 10:52