Category Archives: Peruvian

What’s in My Pantry?

Pantries are meant to be cleaned out occasionally. Old, stale ingredients have to go, some items need to be used before they expire and some staple items just need to be replaced. I thought some of you might be interested … Continue reading

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The Map

I’ve been promising this for a long time – so here’s the first draft. This is by no means a comprehensive listing of places to eat on Buford Highway, but it’s a start. There is still a lot to add, … Continue reading

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Degustar in Pictures

From the pictures, you’d be excused for thinking this was a Peruvian festival. This just happened to be my first time trying food from Machu Picchu in more than 15 years. I didn’t like in on my first visit. What … Continue reading

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Best Dishes of Buford Highway 2009

Pork noodles with pickled vegetable – Northern China Eatery Niu ruo mein – Ocean Garden, Chinatown Food Court Sliced fish in chili oil – Delicious Kabob Torta al Pastor – El Pastor Deli Manjoo – Buford Highway Farmers Market Galbi … Continue reading

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Pollo El Rey

Somehow, for the past 2 years (about how long they have been in business), I have managed to completely miss Pollo El Rey at Northeast Plaza.  Admittedly, it is tucked deep in a back corner, invisible not only from the … Continue reading

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