The Pisco Sour is a cocktail made with pisco and lemon juice. The name comes from the union of the words "pisco" (a type of brandy grapes) and "sour" (referring to the family of cocktails that use lemon as part of its recipe). It is included in the cuisines of Peru and Chile. The cocktail "Pisco Sour" originated in Lima before 1920
- Pisco Sour - Peru
Ceviche is located in the cuisine of the indigenous peoples of the Pacific coasts of South America in the area of Peru (near Trujillo, Chiclayo, Piura and Lima). According to Historical sources, The Ceviche had arisen from among the Moche (Mochica culture) on the coast of its current territory more than two thousand years ago.
- The Peruvian Ceviche
Lomo saltado is a typical dish of the cuisine of Peru whose records date back to the late nineteenth century, where it was known as "beef tenderloin" or "loin to chorrillana". The dish was defined at that time Since then it is known as such and arises from the influence of the mixture of Peruvian Creole cuisine with Chinese-Cantonese .