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Long Island's 2nd Peruvian Cuisine Expo

at Village of Freeport, Parking lot #4Sun Sep 30
I'M GOING(1 member going)

Location

Village of Freeport, Parking lot #4

50 N. Main Street
Freeport - 11520

Tel: (516) 223-5678
Contact Name: Silvana
Visit Website: Website.

Date & Time

11:00 AM - 06:00 PM
 
Sun, Sep 30, 2012

Cost:    $10/$20 TICKETS

Description

The 2nd edition of Long Island Peruvian Cuisine Expo will take place September 30th in Freeport, NY. It will host more than 10 food exhibitors from the Long Island and Metro area, providing authentic Peruvian cuisine, live cultural entertainment and cooking demonstrations from prestigious chefs. Partnering for the first time is Peru’s gastronomic association APEGA, organizers of internationally known food festival, Mistura in Peru.

APEGA’s chefs will also be participating by performing cooking demonstrations. These chefs include: NYC La Mar Cebicheria’s Sous Chef, Cesar Alonso Bellido, celebrity Chef Javier Ampuero from Oh! Diosas TV show and NYC Panca Restaurant’s Chef, Daniel Olortegui. This year, participants will enjoy a variety of dishes including: Cebiche, Anticuchos, Papa a la Huancaina, Pachamanca, Chanfainita, Alfajores, Picarones,Chicha Morada amongst many other plates!

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