Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Ceviche: A Short History and how to Prepare it

Ceviche, the sweet acidic tiger's milk marinated fish that serves as a refreshing meal on a hot day, has a history that is undefined. While Latin American coastal countries debate about its origins, Spain also joins the argument claiming that the conquistadors brought this to the new world. Either way, this lean and delicious treat can be prepared with any type of fish and an extensive variety of ingredients.

The pic below is from our visit to Pomaire.
















This post written by Kelly de Borda gives us a brief history of Ceviche and a delicious way to prepare it.

9 comments:

  1. It also helps to get rid of your hangover.

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  2. You have a beautiful blog - thanks for linking to my article. :)

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  3. I AM VERY IMPRESSED FROM WHERE DO YOU TAKE THIS INFORMATION THE CEVICHE IS JUST FROM PERU ,PLEASE DON'T CONFUSE THE WORLD PEOPLE

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