Peruvian culinary arts are recognized by connoisseurs of international cuisine as one of the most varied and delicious in the world.
The Peruvian cuisine is becoming more popular on the world stage in recent years. Great chefs like Gastón Acurio and Virgilio Martínez helped spread the country's culinary reputation, which also houses the largest gastronomic fair in Latin America, Mix, held annually in September in Lima.
The pachamanca is one of the oldest and most representative dishes of Peruvian cuisine. In Quechua, the Inca language, means pachamanca land pot. The dish is a kind of stew of different kinds of meats and vegetables, especially potatoes and corn. However, the main difference is that the pachamanca is prepared inside a hole in the ground.
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