Like the richly patterned textiles worn by Peru’s indigenous people Quechua-speaking peoples, the nation’s table weaves together strands that you might think incompatible—Chinese and African, Spanish and Japanese, Italian and native Quechua. Peru’s cultural diversity, the result of waves of immigration, contributes to a culinary scene that celebrates fusion. Every arriving immigrant group has left its mark on the Peruvian kitchen and enriched it with techniques and ingredients.

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