Chinese New Year: Everything You Need to Know about This Year’s Celebrations

The Chinese New Year, also known as “Spring Festival”, is one of the most important celebrations for the members of this community. It is shared by countries such as Vietnam, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, North Korea, and South Korea.   This festivity, which has been celebrated for more than four thousand years, has no fixed […]

Vegetables for Japanese Food in January

Carrot and mung bean sprouts are ideal for January, they are full of flavor and are the best companion to traditional Japanese dishes, and also provide nutritional and health benefits. As the cold season continues in Japan, so does the desire for warm, comforting dishes. The above-mentioned vegetables are ideal for soups, salads, stir-fries and […]

Discover Kan: The Japanese Method of Warming Sake

  There’s no doubt that sake is delicious, but it is better when served at the right temperature. Kan is a Japanese method used to warm up this beverage, and it is perfect for demonstrating your bartender skills at a gathering with your friends. Today we offer you a little guide to serving sake and […]

Check Out These Peruvian Snacks

Food plays an essential role in Peruvian culture and is a way of expressing national identity. In recent years, Peruvian cuisine has developed and innovated nationally and internationally. Today we want to show you that it is not all about multi-course meals in high-end restaurants. Snacks are very important.   Peruvian snacks   Corn Snacks […]

Getting to Know Novoandina: The New Peruvian Food Trend

Originated in Peru, the novoandina cuisine is a new culinary style that takes back the food habits of the pre-Hispanic era to recreate and rediscover many of the native ingredients. This interpretation of the Andean cuisine also combines elements from other cultural horizons, such as the European.   Novoandina   Peruvian chefs rescued the ingredients […]

San-ga-nichi, Nanakusa, and Kagami Biraki: January’s Holidays in Japan

  In Japan, the month of January is unique because there are 3 commemorative dates for Japanese culture: San Ga Nichi, the first three days of the new year; Nanakusa, when the Japanese eat seven herb porridge; and Kagami Biraki, the opening of the mochi.   Holidays in Japan   Throughout the country, most of […]

New Year’s Eve in Peru: Tradition and Food

The New Year is a big celebration all over the world. Peru joins the long list of many countries where people gather hours before midnight to dine and share.  In today’s article, we will show you some traditions of Peru.  New Year in Peru -Eat 12 grapes: Each grape represents a month of the year; […]

Peruvian Christmas Cuisine

Christmas is a time of celebration and above all food in abundance. As one of the most celebrated holidays in the world, Christmas embodies vibrant traditions in the world’s food culture. Peru has some exquisite and extraordinary dishes. Today we will show you delicious dishes from a traditional Christmas dinner in Peru. Peruvian Christmas Dishes […]