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Sunday, 05 June 2011

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Su-Lin

I was totally drooling over this post. I want to try Peruvian-Chinese food! South America is seriously on my list of places to visit one day!

Boots in the Oven

Su-Lin, I'd highly recommend it! Peru was simply amazing; not just the food (though that certainly was), but the history, the land, the people... everything. I think we fell in love a bit. :-)

Supertsai

Greaet post! OK, the lomo saltado is pretty legit at Golden Wok in Austin. It looks almost exactly like the real thing you have here in your post. Thanks for writing this and please let me know how Austin's Chifa stacks up to what you had in Peru.

Boots in the Oven

Very cool, Pete! I'd love to try Golden Wok out. I used to work right behind there years ago but never made it! I'm also VERY curious about Llama's... https://llamasfoodtrailer.happytables.com/

Rachel

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