Something I love about my work is that every day I get to cook and taste food from so many different places. If I get a craving for Indian, Thai, Mexican, etc, etc. I research, play and taste until I reach a balance that I love in a recipe. This week I catered an event with a Cuban theme, a flavor that I enjoy and miss a lot since moving from Miami. The fun started while planning the menu:Read More›
MY FOOD ADVENTURES
Please join me as I explore new restaurants and food markets all over the world. As you will soon find out, our family loves to travel and I will report on our adventures as we discover new cultures, new people, new scents and new flavors….!
· ARGENTINA · PERU · ECUADOR · PANAMA · COSTA RICA · EL SALVADOR · MEXICO · USA · CANADA · DOMINICAN REPUBLIC · PUERTO RICO · US VIRGIN ISLANDS · US BRITISH ISLANDS · BAHAMAS · PORTUGAL · SPAIN · FRANCE · MONACO · UK · GERMANY · SWITZERLAND · LIECHTENSTEIN · AUSTRIA · ITALY · SAN MARINO · VATICAN · GREECE · CHINA · SINGAPORE · HONG KONG ·
ONE OF THE THINGS I HAVE MISSED SINCE MOVING TO MADRID is the “street food” experience. As Peruvian and as American those are things I have always loved… as a kid in Lima a favorite was the little carts that prepared Anticuchos, Butifarras, and all types of creole cuisine, and in the States who hasn’t tried a loaded hot dog while walking in any city’s downtown.Read More›
This week I had such a great time creating a traditional Belgian menu for an 18-guest sit-down dinner. One of the things I love about cooking is that you are always “playing” with food.Read More›
I want to share a few adventures I had this summer while driving from Madrid, through the southern coast of France, and into the Liguria region of Italy. A beautiful trip with some of my favorite people in the world.Read More›
I want to share with you a little of my story with tortilla de patatas. A love-hate relationship I think for most expats.
When one moves to Spain, it seems that almost every menu has tortilla de patatas in it. You find it everywhere, served as a pincho (a small snack, typically eaten in bars across Spain), as part of a sandwich, and also as a breakfast side. A tortilla overload!Read More›