Consumer web site The Food Channel has included Peruvian gastronomy in its 2012 Trends Forecast, the top ten food trends for next year.
According to The Food Channel, Peruvian cuisine seems to be ‘the next Big Thing on the ethnic culinary scene.’
The Mistura Food Festival, held annually in Peru’s capital of Lima, has become one of the biggest food events in the world, attended by a half-million foodies, including many internationally-known chefs.
Spain’s Ferran Adria, among the globe’s leading authorities on haute cuisine, is currently working on a documentary film about the food scene in Peru, foodchannel.com reported.
Peruvian cuisine is considered one of the most varied and rich of the world.
Thanks to the inheritance Incan, Pre-Incan and to the Spanish, African, Chinese-Cantonese, Japanese and Italian immigration, it gathers, it mixes and creates a gastronomy and exquisite flavors of four continents, offering an unrivaled variety.
On the Peruvian…