Peruvian cuisine could be a culinary trend that sticks

11/16/2012 | NBC Latino

Peruvian chef Jaime Pesaque says he's glad to see Peruvian fare becoming more mainstream, and he believes it's a trend that's here to stay. "[Peruvian food's popularity] lies with the land, the weather -- it’s in our native ingredients, from corn, potatoes and hundreds of peppers ... And I think that versatility, that wide variety of ingredients and flavors within just one country has helped boost its appeal among diners across the globe," he said.

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