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Have you ever wanted to go to Peru? Well, now you can visit Peru without ever leaving Southern California. The Peruvian Fest Chim Pum Callao Los Angeles 2022 is coming to Plaza de Cultura Y Artes on Sunday, August 21, 2022.
The Peruvian Fest will showcase Peruvian cuisine and culture, music, art and dance. The Fest hopes to bring the Southern California Peruvian community together and to introduce Los Angeles to the rich heritage of Peru.
There will be live entertainment throughout the Fest. Its schedule is as follows
- 11 am – Doors Open
- 12 pm – Raices Peruana Dance Company (Erbelia Espejo)
- 1:30 pm – Afro-Peruvian Experience Dance Company (Nadia Camet)
- 3 pm – Salsa Peruana with The Echo Park Project feat Roosevelt El Presidente de la Salsa
- 5 pm – Spanish Harlem Orchestra – 3 time Grammy winners
- 7 pm – Homenaje a la Cambia Peruana feat Jose Luis Carballo and Gino Gamboa
World Travel Awards named Peruvian cuisine the “World’s Leading Culinary Destination.” The Fest is a great place to see why Peruvian cuisine is exploding in popularity.
Ceviche is the national dish of Peru. It is raw fish marinated in spiced lime juice and served with onions, peppers, corn and sweet potatoes.
Other Peruvian dishes you might want to try could include
- Piqueos criollo is a platter of starters with hot or cold delicacies.
- Chicharrones are made by frying pork (usually ribs) in fat. Costa Ricans eat them with rangpur or lime juice and fried yuca.
- Chupe de Quinoa is a creamy Peruvian soup made of quinoa, Aji Amarillo paste, oregano, mint and lime.
- Pisco is a brandy produced in the wine making regions of Peru. Pisco Sour is the national cocktail of Peru.
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