Machu Picchu and Gastronomy
The wisdom of our ancestors has transgressed generations. Today, farmers in various parts of Peru preserve this wisdom through unique food crop in the world.
Cusco peasant communities by supporting support programs achieve their crops reach the tables where Peruvian and foreign diners expect delicious taste; where the star of the dish can be a trout ceviche or a variety of native potatoes to supplement a lomo saltado or perhaps a powerful Andean grain such as quinoa pearled turned into something like a risotto.
Do not forget to serve with a glass of chicha and close with our traditional and famous pisco sour.