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Adrian Figallo
post Sep 2 2011, 10:45 PM
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Hey guys so i got inspired by ivan's thread, and im wondering, what's your favorite national dish, i would like to know more about your local food, i'm gonna share my fav:

It's called ceviche:



That's a very soft white-meat fish, cooked just with lemon, it also has onions, rocoto (spicy), peruvian lemon (very acid), sweet potatoes and yellow chili called "aji amarillo".

Im Hungry now!



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post Sep 3 2011, 05:30 PM
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post Sep 3 2011, 05:42 PM
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Grilled mixed meat - very very tasty biggrin.gif




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post Sep 3 2011, 09:49 PM
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QUOTE (Ivan Milenkovic @ Sep 3 2011, 06:42 PM) *
Grilled mixed meat - very very tasty biggrin.gif



And very very nasty !!! tongue.gif biggrin.gif




Lamb with potatoes! Also, our national dish wink.gif

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post Sep 4 2011, 12:43 AM
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Mussels ....absolutely my favourite seafood!!!!
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I went to this Peruvian restaurant called Machu Pichu, and ordered just a random plate off the menu. When it arrived I was intrigued by what was on the plate; it looked like lumps of fat. I assumed it was a normal for Peruvian food to have that much fat on a plate, and proceeded to eat it, thinking that underneath it there would be actual meat. As I was eating it I noticed its texture and taste was different than fat. I really didn't know what it was. I went through half the plate and did not come across one piece of meat, so I was a bit perplexed, and called the waiter over. I asked him what was this fatty substance, and he replied, "lamb stomach, traditional Peruvian dish."

First time I ever had lamb stomach. It was pretty good though biggrin.gif


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Milanesas con Papa Fritas! biggrin.gif
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post Sep 7 2011, 06:08 PM
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This is "Bandeja paisa" one of the typical meals in the coffee zone of Colombia. It doesn't just look like a bomb. It is! I mean literally for your stomach! tongue.gif it's quite good though

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In Denmark we eat a lot of dark ryebread ( Rugbrød ), which our neighbouring countries do not really enjoy.
It's not like it just tastes so great that I would eat it all the time, but I do it every week, and it's healthier than white bread.



And pork roast ( Flæskesteg ) is on the table at Christmas with fat heavy brown sauce and potatoes (regular or caramelized).



I must admit I really like Mediteranian, Mexican, Italian, Japanese, Chinese better than traditional Danish food, which is quite heavy and fat.


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QUOTE (Bossie @ Sep 3 2011, 06:43 PM) *
Mussels ....absolutely my favourite seafood!!!!


Woa that looks tasty man!, they look like something called "choros" here:



QUOTE (Mudbone @ Sep 4 2011, 12:36 AM) *
I went to this Peruvian restaurant called Machu Pichu, and ordered just a random plate off the menu. When it arrived I was intrigued by what was on the plate; it looked like lumps of fat. I assumed it was a normal for Peruvian food to have that much fat on a plate, and proceeded to eat it, thinking that underneath it there would be actual meat. As I was eating it I noticed its texture and taste was different than fat. I really didn't know what it was. I went through half the plate and did not come across one piece of meat, so I was a bit perplexed, and called the waiter over. I asked him what was this fatty substance, and he replied, "lamb stomach, traditional Peruvian dish."

First time I ever had lamb stomach. It was pretty good though biggrin.gif


I know what you eat, i can't remember the name tho, it's live salty/spicy?, lamb stomach is very tasty, a bit to much fat to eat often tho.


QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Sep 4 2011, 01:43 AM) *
Milanesas con Papa Fritas! biggrin.gif
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Dude, that looks incredible, we got something called the same but this looks way better, love it!


QUOTE (Daniel Realpe @ Sep 7 2011, 12:08 PM) *


This is "Bandeja paisa" one of the typical meals in the coffee zone of Colombia. It doesn't just look like a bomb. It is! I mean literally for your stomach! tongue.gif it's quite good though


This is a BOMB man, i tried something similar in our shared fronteer, delicious!


QUOTE (Ulrik @ Sep 7 2011, 12:37 PM) *
In Denmark we eat a lot of dark ryebread ( Rugbrød ), which our neighbouring countries do not really enjoy.
It's not like it just tastes so great that I would eat it all the time, but I do it every week, and it's healthier than white bread.



And pork roast ( Flæskesteg ) is on the table at Christmas with fat heavy brown sauce and potatoes (regular or caramelized).



I must admit I really like Mediteranian, Mexican, Italian, Japanese, Chinese better than traditional Danish food, which is quite heavy and fat.



That danish food looks great man!, i like the last one with eggs, im so hungry now!


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post Sep 7 2011, 08:53 PM
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Wow, some awesome dishes here guys, I love diversity of food here biggrin.gif


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