From the Incas to Nobu: Aracari’s own Marisol Mosquera lectures on Peruvian Cuisine on Tuesday, June 24th

Hi Friends!

Marisol Mosquera (Aracari’s Founder and President) will be lecturing in London on the subject of Peruvian Gastronomy this coming June 24th, 2008.

Peruvian cuisine is among South America’s richest. Besides being the home of the potato – thousands of types – Peru has assimilated over hundreds of years Spanish, Creole, Chinese, and Japanese flavors from its waves of immigrants. This historic gastronomic view will take you from indigenous native foods of a thousand years ago, to the current Japanese style fusion, and will make your mouth water at Marisol Mosquera’s vast visual presentation. Even Nobu Matsusida trained in Peru for three years. This is a fascinating look at a country’s history thorough its food evolution into the new star of international gastronomy.

Tuesday, June 24th, 2008 at 7:30 pm (doors open at 6.45pm)

Miller’s Academy of Arts and Science

Hope you can make it and that it will inspire you to travel with us on a Peruvian Culinary Adventure.

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