Oxadventure in Oxapampa

   The amazon is terribly unrecognized for it’s diversity in dishes, culture, and native crops & fruitage that could be used for so many other things than juice. This last

Succulent, Stimulating, Sibaris.

   I’ve been offered the chance to partake of Sibaris resto-bar on several occasions and have followed their rise to success. They’ve made quite a buzz with their unique proposal

Madres Surquillanas & Their Maritime Morsels

Every so often, in the criollo streets of emerging Lima, you find yourself within the reach of fairly priced gastronomic coming-togethers offering culture & flavor, in great quantities.    In

From Pichanaki Her Delicacy

   Perhaps it’s the spoiled teenage boy still residing within me, but my travelling experiences are not what I expected them to be at my age. I try to get

Pork Chop Poeler

 Here’s a Limerick.   My plate is done and I think I’ve done well It has to be I just went through hell The chef gave a taste Put on

Chocolate & Walnut Brioche.

Bread making is the culinary equivalent to the kama sutra. It’s more than just technique; it’s patience, understanding, & love. This brioche was fermenting all day atop my fridge, developing

Pineapple Muffins w/ Passion Fruit Glaze

   No matter where you find yourself in the world as of now, it’s hot. It’s either starting to get hot, or summer is just coming to an end. I

What Happened at Lima Brewfest 2015?

     I think I’m becoming obsessed with beer. I drink beer all the time, I’m always looking for beer events, I find excuses to write about beer. This has been

Malabar, giving the bourgeois a San Pellegrino top 100 experience.

   This Wednesday I had the opportunity to dine in Malabar, which was partaking in Lima Food Week. This is a biannual event that started in other famous cities in

Porter c/n Papas

     Classes just started & between the blog, boyfriend, & my studies, my social life has suffered. I found myself entertaining a small flock of wanderers, with some picky palates.