Have you heard of the Army’s latest innovative (and edible) idea to aid those stricken by natural disasters?
A week-long craft beer competition held in the Eden of Peru, the Sacred Valley, resulted in one Peruvian brewery being named best of the competition. Can you guess which one?
Workshops are the best, especially when they are food related. From March 9-18 you will be able to take your cooking skills to the next level.
Where does the name ‘Papa a la Huancaina’ originate from? This British expat lists the Top 5 Most Interesting Food Stories she’s heard in Peru.
The international conference aims to promote the grain not only as a product to global markets, but as a way to reduce poverty and hunger in Peru’s Andes.
Do Peruvians approve of Pisco Sours made by expats? One of the Expat Pisco Sour Competition judges shares his thoughts on the good, the bad, and the overly cinnamon enhanced.
Living in Peru and Internations hosted the annual Expat Pisco Sour Competition at Caplina Restaurant. If you missed it, you can get a taste here.