Bold flavors, ancient grains, a repertoire ranging from raw fish to roasted meats, and endorsements by several top chefs all are working to make Peru one of the next big culinary destinations. “In the past few years, Peruvian cuisine has really taken the spotlight internationally,” said Meredith Boyle, corporate culinary manager for New York-based Samba Brands Management, parent company of six-unit SushiSamba, which serves food inspired by the cuisines of Japan, Peru and ...
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