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101 things to do with broccoli waffles, ceviche and chips

I’m seriously in love with these things. In case you missed them, broccoli and cheese waffles, from The Primitive Palate are what I’m talking about. 492 more words


Obsessed with ceviche

After traveling to Peru, basically the ceviche capital of the world, I’m hooked. You just can’t find the good stuff here in the US. Perhaps it’s because Lima is located on the coast, I had the freshest tasting ceviche while staying in Lima. 161 more words


Sabor a Perú 

Between 29 and 30th street of biscayne exists the rivalary of 2 Peruvian restaurants. By rivalry I mean the common battle between choosing which restaurant to go to. 245 more words

Put Some Sunshine in Your Day: Refreshing Shrimp Ceviche

I’m seriously sick and tired of the cold winter. I’m always cold, I’m not playing outside and I’m starting to fade away. I need sunshine in my life and because I can’t always go on vacation I’ve decided to bring sunshine in my home. 376 more words


Salmon Ceviche

Ceviche is traditionally a South American dish made by marinating pieces of fish or shellfish in citrus juice. Essentially, the acid from the juice denatures the proteins just as heat might, giving the seafood a cooked texture and taste—but without any grilling, sautéing or other too-stifling-for-summer activity required. 102 more words

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Traveler's Guide to Peru

Peru is considered a popular travel destination among visitors from all over the globe.  The main cities of Peru are: Lima (the capital), Arequipa, Cusco, Trujillo, and Chucuito. 326 more words

Santa Marta 29 – 31 January

John and I checked into our hostel, the Masaya, in Santa Marta not long after 9pm which wasn’t too late. But after our efforts on Cartagena, neither of us were even remotely interested in consuming alcohol so we grabbed a bit of dinner and packed it in early. 511 more words