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Do You Know the History of Chopsticks?

3 Dec

Chinese chopsticks are integrated into the daily lives of more than a billion people.   However, they have a history that, with some certainty, we know to be at least three millennia-old, and they are further proof of China’s influence on oriental cuisine. In each country, they take a different form about their way of […]

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Drinking in Japan: Check These Tips!

21 Nov

Are you visiting Japan? Or maybe you already live in the country. Here are some practical rules to follow for drinking etiquette.   In general, Japanese society is quite indulgent with the manners of foreigners. As long as you try to stick to the way things usually are done and don’t get confused, you’re probably […]

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Top Ten Foods in Southeast Asia

19 Nov

In Southeast Asia, you will not only find temples, rice fields, and beaches, but a rich gastronomic world awaits you to savor. Take a look at the dishes you can’t miss.   Top 10 Southeast Asia Food   -Nasi Goreng: is a pleasant twist on fried rice -Pad Thai: Flat rice noodles are stir-fried with […]

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How to Eat with Chopsticks

7 Nov

Chopsticks are typical for eating in countries such as Japan, China, Korea, or Taiwan, as well as in many other Southeast Asian countries. Eating with chopsticks requires not only physical skill but also knowledge of a set of rules or protocol rules that are usually followed in these countries to be respectful.   Chinese chopsticks […]

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Check These 5 Peruvian Appetizers for a Party

29 Oct

A good guest table doesn’t look right without tasty flavors and colorful appetizers. Here you have a selection of 5 easy Peruvian appetizers for guests and parties with which to surprise without much work and with simple ingredients.   5 Peruvian appetizers   Fresh Ceviche   This is Peru’s national dish. Ceviche is a dish […]

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Main Vegetables Used in Chifa Cuisine

17 Oct

Chifa is a term originated in Peru to refer both to the cuisine brought and adapted by Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, and Central Asian immigrants since the mid-nineteenth century, as well as to the restaurants where the food is served.   This fusion makes use of certain vegetables that give the touch to each dish. Today […]

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Principal Ingredients of Nikkei Fusion Cuisine

15 Oct

The term Nikkei in Peru is often used to refer to Japanese immigrants living in the country. It was not until the 1980s that the concept was expanded to incorporate also to an innovative creation: the kitchen that fuses Peruvian ingredients with the traditional Japanese cuisine.   Ingredients of Nikkei Cuisine   -Pasta de ají […]

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Ingredients from Chifa Cuisine, a Fusion with Peruvian Gastronomy

10 Oct

The Chinese who arrived in Peru were incorporated into society, adapting to the customs, but they always maintained their culinary tradition. Since in Peru they did not have the necessary Chinese ingredients for their diet while they progressed economically, they imported traditional products from China and planted their vegetables so that they would not lack […]

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Peruvian Culture Is Growing Fast in the United States

3 Oct

Not only has Peruvian food traveled throughout the world and positioned itself in the most famous gastronomy around the world, but also its population, the Peruvians.    “An important Peruvian population also resides in the United States and is creating society and culture that contributes to the redefinition of the country.   Peruvians in the […]

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Principal Types of Fusion Cuisine Around the World

1 Oct

Fusion cuisine is a general concept that is used in gastronomy to indicate the combination of flavors, ingredients, and techniques that opens a world of possibilities for culinary experimentation.   The different fusion cuisines are carried out in many ways. In some cases, it can be motivated by the creativity of a community of cooks […]

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