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The new Peruvian cuisine is creating a buzz. And it will continue doing so even louder in the future. We Peruvians are re-discovering our cuisine and its value as a source of identity and national pride. Abroad, the echo is becoming louder and louder. In Chile, Colombia, Argentina, the United States and Canada there are Peruvian restaurants in their streets, and these are setting the trends and leading the guests’ preferences.
The legendary magazine Esquire asserted a few months ago that Peruvian culinary is the next big thing in the American circuit of restaurants. Salma Abdelnour, reporter of the popular magazine wrote: “we are in the midst of a Peruvian invasion, with new restaurants that brilliantly use supplies especially brought from their country – abundant fish and seafood, meat dishes exquisitely seasoned and exotic varieties of potatoes and vegetables”.
In turn, José Capel, the distinguished Spanish gastronomic critic and author of numerous books about Iberian culinary, said in his recent visit to Peru that “Peruvian cuisine has been his happiest discovery in the past years. Captivated by the quality of our produce and the creativity of the nouvelle Andean cuisine, the author of the feared column about restaurants in El Pais newspaper, considers Peru to be a first rate gastronomic destination.
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