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Sea urchin ceviche (ceviche de erizos) - and how to open a sea urchin

Grocery shopping without a list is a terrible idea, generally speaking. Without a list to guide us through the aisles and past the ice cream, we inevitably end up with items that are unhealthy or unnecessary. 989 more words

Recipes

Jose Luis Chavez Rivera, Chef y Dueño de Mission Ceviche

José Luis Chávez Rivera, chef de origen venezolano,  ha traído a New York un nuevo concepto ‘fast-casual’ basado en su amor por la cocina peruana – … 604 more words

Owners

Jose Luis Chavez Rivera, Chef & Owner of Mission Ceviche

Venezuela-born chef Jose Luis Chavez Rivera has brought to New York City a new fast-casual concept – Mission Ceviche – seeded in his love for Peruvian cuisine. 538 more words

Owners

Limon Expands Outside the City

I have been anxiously awaiting the opening of Limon Rotisserie ever since I saw that was coming to downtown Burlingame.  The original location is in the Mission, but… 487 more words

Food

Tres Leches

A few years ago, while on vacation in Montauk, I wrote a blog post comparing the various offerings of New England Clam Chowder at the restaurants we went to at the eastern end of Long Island. 703 more words

Food Experiences

Love, Nikkei

I love weekends (who doesn’t?) And for this very reason, I always make sure my Saturdays (even Sundays) are booked with fun filled activities, eat outs included.  248 more words

Philippines

Random tips for your trip to Cusco

If you are thinking about going to Cusco (which you should), I have some tips and recommendations for you:

1. Go in FEBRUARY

It’s off season, the weather is perfect for all the hiking done in the nearby tourist spots, and most importantly, IT WON’T BE CROWDED which translates into amazing pictures and optimized tours! 448 more words

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