Country: Peru

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May 31, 2019

By Peg Kern

Culinary Tours for our Active Travelers

Filed Under  Destination Features, Travel Tips, What's Up at TIK, Croatia, Italy, Peru, Portugal

All of the travelers on culinary tours with The International Kitchen like to eat - these are foodie trips, after all! But a lot of our travelers like to balance the eating on our cooking vacations with physical activity such as biking, hiking, and even yoga and other specialty sports. It can make the perfect pairing to help you earn the extra food you'll inevitably eat on a cooking vacation,… Read
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July 25, 2017

By Peg Kern

Four Picturesque Spots to Visit

Filed Under  Destination Features, Travel Tips, Croatia, Peru, Portugal, Vietnam & Cambodia

Want to take your own postcard-worthy photos on your next cooking vacation? Then get your camera ready, and head to one of these four stunning spots around the world. (We could have made this list much much longer - but these are some of our favorite spots!) Bonus: the food in all these places is pretty spectacular -- and worth taking a photo of too -- during one of our… Read
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January 6, 2017

By Liz SanFilippo Hall

6 Often Over-Looked But Not to Miss Cooking Vacations

Filed Under  Destination Features, Travel Tips, Croatia, Italy, Peru, Portugal, Vietnam & Cambodia

We often get inquiries about destinations that people hear about a lot… places like Tuscany and the Amalfi Coast in Italy, and Provence in France. While we adore those regions very much, there are some other places that hold special places in our hearts, ones that are too often overlooked. Many of these are off the beaten path, but that only makes them more unique. Whether you've traveled a lot,… Read
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August 31, 2016

By Liz SanFilippo Hall

Meet the Hosts: Peru Cooking Vacation

Filed Under  Destination Features, Interviews, What's Up at TIK, Peru

The offerings -- and potential for adventure -- are immense when it comes to our Peru cooking vacations. While the country may perhaps be best known as the home to Machu Picchu, it's expansive land mass offers much more than that too. That's what husband and wife Phillipe and Martina discovered a few years ago after traveling abroad. They now call the beautiful Amazonas region, which is surrounded by a… Read
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August 19, 2016

By Liz SanFilippo Hall

Ancient Sites to Visit Around the World

Filed Under  Destination Features, Travel Tips, Croatia, Greece, Peru, Turkey, Vietnam & Cambodia

One of the most awe-inspiring things to see when traveling the globe on a culinary tour are ancient sites that have stood the test of time (in some way or another). They're also sites that you truly can't see anywhere else in the world. While our cooking vacations are very much focused on food and cooking, naturally, we also love the draw of stepping into the past and experiencing these… Read
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August 1, 2016

By Peg Kern

Pisco Sour

Filed Under  Recipes, Wines & Spirits, Peru

While the precise origins of the pisco sour remain disputed, one thing is for certain: it's a must-try when you visit our Peru culinary tours. It's easily the most popular cocktail in Peru, in part because pisco is one of their most popular high-proofed alcohols. With its continuing rise in popularity, the brandy is also becoming easier to get in the States. So if you're looking for a sweet and… Read
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