wilkeskinsman.typepad.com > 19 - S. American Odyssey: Eating well in Peru

01 - Gourmet fare at Via Via
02 Via Via restaurant view over the plaza
03 - Achikyay for Perry, Picso sour for Carolyn
04 - Pisco sour and roasted corn kernels+
05 - Cafes at Centro Cultural de San Cristobal
06 - Pizza, pisco, wine
07 - Lunch at Lalo's with volunteers
08 - Tanta's cafe on the courtyard
09 - Coffee and goodies at Escafe
10 - Fresh farmed trout (trout)
11 - Trucha con champiñones, papas fritas, palta rellena
12 - Papas and jerky, Peruvian style
13 - Papa a la Huancayna
14 - Chifa at Chete's
15 - Arroz chaufa with fish, frozen lemonade
16 - Coca venders
17 - Coca tea
18 - Caña del Norte
19 - Full meal for 4 soles -- $1.50
20 - Sopa de tomate con albaja (basil)
21 - Sopa a la Criolla
22 - The soups are amazing
23 - Mondongo (soup of cow stomach)
24 - Aquiles with his mondongo at Finca fiesta
25 - Lomo saltado
26 - A favorite at Aquiles' house
27 - Ají de Gallina
28 - Salchipapas
29 - Cusqueña beer with lunch
30 - Cuys in cells
31 - Cuys in pen
32 - Cuy shed in Quinoa
33 - Cuy for lunch
34 - Cuy con papas
35 - Not everyone wants to eat cuy
36 - Dinner at home
37 - Ensalada mixta & fresh-squeezed orange juice
38 - Pachamanca just about to serve
39 - Pachamanca is prized Peruvian fare
40 - In Lima, gourmet is the norm
41 - Desserts & coffee
42 - Crepe Suzette
43 - An artisan breakfast at Atinchik
44 - Juan took sushi to a new level
45 - Pineapples
46 - Making chicha morada - purple corn, pinapple, cinnamon drink
47 - Peppers, peppers, peppers!
48 - Walter, Betsi and Juan love their cuy!