Hot Off the Press – Ceviche: Peruvian Kitchen

Since its launch in London in 2012, Martin Morales’s restaurant Ceviche has been receiving rave reviews and is a catalyst behind the international buzz surrounding Peruvian cuisine. Just last year, our very own Aracari team member Simon visited the restaurant and felt that Morales “has done a remarkable job of bringing authentic Peruvian food to the UK.”

And what better way to continue sharing the beauty of Peruvian cuisine than with a brand new cookbook allowing readers to have a taste of Peru in the comfort of their own kitchens. Released yesterday, Ceviche: Peruvian Kitchen, a 250-page book, features over a hundred recipes, beautiful photographs, stories about the history of his restaurant Ceviche and Peruvian food in general, and more. From some of the restaurant’s signature plates to authentic and traditional Peruvian dishes, Morales’s book showcases the variety of what Peru has to offer and makes for the perfect addition to a kitchen cookbook collection or perhaps just a book for your coffee table. Check out this video for more information about the book…

In support of the release of the book, Morales and his team will take to the road, traveling around the UK presenting it at food, book, music, arts and literary fairs and festivals, doing shows and demos, and even setting up a “pop-up” restaurant experience in ten different cities.  Partnering with some of the best restaurants in the UK, Morales will be taking over their kitchens, offering a class on ceviche making, followed by a three-course meal featuring dishes from the brand new cookbook.

Ceviche: Peruvian Kitchen is now available for purchase on Amazon and the iBookstore.  Check it out and create a taste of Peru at home!

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