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My Secret Ceviche Recipe (& Beet Chips)

There is no better way to enjoy fresh fish than ceviche. Maybe it’s my years in Miami or my affinity for chilled, vibrant food while dining outdoors, but ceviche is hard to top. 394 more words


Tax Day Meal from Embarcadero 41

Eat a good meal when preparing your taxes at the last minute.

Downtown Miami

East 7th's Hightower Gets a High Five

Sorry (kind of) about the title of this post, ha. But let’s be real for a sec. East 7th is blowin’ up! I swear every time I turn around there is something new going in on that street. 550 more words

Austin Love

Ceviche - Soho

Ceviche is probably is my fondest memory of South American cuisine (yes on my gap yah). I first tried it on the Island of St Cristobal in the Galápagos Islands, and in truth, I haven’t eaten it since, although not for lack of want. 177 more words


Lima, Peru

So, I’m not sure how this blog will go and how interested you are in my wee findings but it’ll be a great cringe worthy story to look back on. 595 more words


Peruvian Ceviche - Recipe by: Gaston Acurio- Chef Cevicheria La Mar

Ceviche is a seafood dish popular in the coastal regions of the Americas, especially Central and South America. The origin of Ceviche is disputed, however, the most likely origin lies in Peru. 317 more words


Welcome to Mi Sabor a Peru!

I am Andrea Kizner, a Peruvian studying and living in the U.S. My love for Peruvian food started some years ago, but now since I am living outside of Peru it has increased. 98 more words