This is a busy year for Peruvian chef G
Peru is coming to NYC with a month long celebration of one of the country’s most popular dishes, ceviche; the party starts on June 29 and doesn’t stop until the end of July.
The powerful protein is back: The Trade Commission of Peru in New York is bringing back 2013’s United Nations’ International Year of Quinoa for the Peruvian Quinoa Week, happening in New York and New Jersey, April 28 through May 3.
Over 250,000 hectares of Peruvian Amazon territory are deforested every year due to logging, mining, petroleum, drilling, and road development.
These fragile cookies, a much lighter version of alfajores, are pretty to look at and delicious to eat. Though they're tiny, they're just like any other Peruvian dessert, very sweet.
When the week is coming to an end, the last thing I want is to spend a long time in the kitchen. Luckily, there are some desserts that are so easy to make that they can be done even when tired, lazy or in a hurry.