Call me “Captain,” because I’m eating beef heart
Marinated, char-grilled skewers of cow heart schmeared with hot pepper sauce, bought from a smoke-shrouded street food vendor. If that vision of Peruvian anticuchos doesn’t get your lips smacking, you may not be ready for this.
A misorder of a magnitude to be reckoned with
Café Tostado doesn’t look like much from the outside. Indeed, it looks like nothing from the outside. Just a dark, empty, doorwound in a whitewashed cement facade, like so many other storefronts in Lima’s Barranco district. No clouds of drool-inducing…
Shocking sandwich smackdown in Lima
Think of Peruvian food and you’re likely to conjure food porn fantasies of tart ceviche or steamy lomo saltado. But, in Lima at least, Peruvians are gaga for sandwiches, day or night, eaten at mealtime or in between bar-hopping stops….
Chi-town’s abundant meat tubes
Wrigley, Cubs 3, San Francisco Giants 1 | Art by Todd Berman Much love from Chi-town, home of abundant meat-tubes, be they bratwurst, hot dogs, or polish sausages – they are served with love.