The Trade Commission of Peru in New York organized a 'friends of Peru' lunch to honor one of Peru's best friends, Nobu Matsuhisa. Nobu has over 30 restaurants worldwide under the same name, that honor Japanese and Peruvian fusion cuisine. Some even say he invented the tiradito back in the day...
The great Johnny Schuler from Pisco Portón chatted with LatinLover Magazine about his most recent trip to NYC. Thanks, Johnny!
"Regarded as the foremost pisco authority, Johnny Schuler has dedicated his life to excellence in the pisco industry. As a pisco ambassador, he has travelled the world to educate spirit industry professionals and the public alike about the culture, heritage, and craftsmanship of pisco. In 2011, Pisco Portón founders Bill and Brent Kallop approached Johnny to develop the finest handcrafted pisco. From here, Pisco Portón was born. "
Pairing #2: Sashimi style tiradito + Thai chili cucumber chilcano
Meet Jared Sasso from Pisco Portón and Miguel Aguilar from Surfish Bistro today Tuesday 17 at a very special pairing tasting celebrating Chilcano Week @ Surfish Bistro
Pairing #1: Having fun is key to every creative process, we've made a series of short—videos on which our friends Jared and Miguel explore their passions on music, cocktails, and food. You can meet them tomorrow Tuesday 17 and enjoy a special pairing tasting celebrating Chilcano Week @ Surfish Bistro
“The first thing I need to talk about is the chivito, because it’s the best sandwich I’ve tasted in my life, including the venerated & thousand times described pastrami sandwich of New York and the mortadella and cheese sandwich from the market of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Really, the chivito is too good to be true…”—Anthony Bourdain
Jared Sasso from Pisco Portón told us a little bit about his adventures during his first trip to the oldest working distillery in the Americas: Hacienda La Caravedo, which is nestled in the Ica Valley of Peru. He promised to go back to Peru soon and encouraged us to get to know more about this amazing culture and to try pisco, the spirit of Peru. Salud Jared!
The super talented Peruvian soprano Sylvia Falcón performed at New York Universit and Cornelia Street Caf a few weeks ago; in this video, she shares with us her extra—hot ceviche recipe and also teaches us a few words in Quechua, the native language of Peru. She’ll perform in New York again in 2017.
Home is where the tacos, ceviches and arepas are!
"Having a ceviche + beer frente al mar, makes me feel at Home; this is a short video on how my friends at Rockaway Beach are bringing the good food and vibes, back to the beach."