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Our Top 10 Favorite Dishes in Lima, Peru

Considered by many to be the culinary capital of South America, Lima has plenty to offer traveling foodies. But amidst the thousands of restaurants (both traditional and avant-guarde), the bustling local markets and the parade of colorful street food, it can be difficult to know where to even begin exploring. Foodie&Tours presents our list of Top 10 Favourite Dishes in Lima, authentic foodie finds, including snacks, sides and classic mains. So order up a frosty glass of Pisco Sour and start exploring this food-lovers paradise!

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A Culinary Day in Provence

For the past 25 years, the creators of flavour have met in the small village of Chateauneuf-le-Rouge, south of Aix-en-Provence, to pay tribute to the cuisine of France and Provence. Virtuosos of gastronomy, renowned throughout the region, these exceptional chefs offer visitors a unique opportunity. So this event allows foodies to taste refined dishes from their gourmet kitchens, making their work accessible to the public.

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Meet Diego Gil, Ambassador and Lead Guide at Foodie&Tours Cordoba

Please tell us about yourself. Where does your passion for cuisine come from?

My passion for food came to me during my childhood, on vacations spent at my grandmother’s house in the village. It wasn’t until I grew up that I realized that those afternoons in the kitchen helping her make homemade desserts, meat pies and empanadillas were among my happiest. These moments came from me wanting to share time with family and to eat together when these foods were cooked.

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Meet Paul Griffon, Ambassador and Lead Guide at Foodie&Tours Provence

Please tell us about yourself.

I grew up between city life in Paris and the countryside of Provence. My grandfather renewed a 500-year-old traditional farm house surrounded by olives trees, just 10 minutes from Lourmarin in Puget-sur-Durance. Here we produce around 400 liters of olive oil each year. The harvest takes place in November during a reunion of family and friends.

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Tapas-Hopping through the “Tubo”

“El Tubo” (or “the Tube”) is a network of narrow streets in Zaragoza, and home to the main ​​tapas area of the city. This zone is accessible directly from Plaza de España and is located between El Coso, Alfonso I, Don Jaime I and Mendéz Núñez. The streets that form the area are August 4, Mártires, Libertad, Ossau, Cinegio, Estébanes, Blazon Aragonés, Pine and Plaza Sas.

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Taking a Bite of Cordovan History

Taking a bite of history is precisely what we do when indulging in a traditional recipe of Cordoba in one of the city’s famous taverns, some over 55 years old. Some of my favourites include “El Caballo Rojo” and one-Michelin-star “Noor,” run by chef Paco Morales.

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