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      EAT: Sunday Supper with Nazca Peruvian Eats in Columbus

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      August 11, 2019

      Sunday   6:00 PM

      1400 Dublin Road
      Columbus, Ohio 43215

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      EAT: Sunday Supper with Nazca Peruvian Eats

      1400 Food Lab is pleased to present Sunday Suppers– a monthly dinner event featuring one or more of the amazing makers who call our kitchens home. Through these communal meals, they will share with you the cultural heritage, family traditions, seasonal influences, and modern methods that continue to shape their food philosophy, cooking styles, and signature dishes. Join Andres & Melinda Figallo of Nazca Peruvian Eats for an authentic Peruvian Sunday Supper. Labeled as the “next global food trend” by the Culinary Exchange, Peruvian food is often called the original fusion cuisine, created long ago by a melding of many different cultures and known for its bright, bold, citrusy flavors. Specially-selected wines and Ohio craft & imported beer available for separate purchase. Solteritochopped salad with origins in the southern region of Perufava beans, fresh cheese, chile peppers, tomatoes and large-kernel corn known as “choclo” Pollo a la Brasaspiced roast chicken is one of the most popular dishes in Peru; every restaurant and home kitchen has their own versionthis recipe from Andy’s mother features the Aji chile pepper and a top-secret combination of Peruvian spices  Yuca Friespronounced yoo-ka, Yuca is the root of the Cassava plant, a nutty-flavored tuber native to South Americaalong with other tropical root vegetables like yam and potato, it is an indispensable part of the Peruvian diet  Fried PlantainsRipe plantains dredged and fried to golden brown, lightly salted  Garlic RiceSteamed rice infused with garlic  Aji Verde – Green Saucea bowl of this vibrant fresh-made condiment is on the table at nearly every Peruvian mealmade with cilantro, chile peppers, garlic, lime, cheese and a touch of mayonnaise Aji Amarillo – Yellow Saucecojita cheese, green onions, and Peruvian yellow chile peppersless spicy but equally flavorful cousin of Aji Verde  Chimichurritraditionally served with grilled beef, chimichurri is also excellent with roast chicken and fried foodssimilar to pesto, chimichurri is made with parsley, garlic, olive oil, oregano and red wine vinegar  Alfajoresdelicate sandwich cookie filled with dulce de leche  Specially-selected wines and Ohio craft & imported beer available for separate purchase. About Nazca Peruvian Eats: Andres (“Andy”) Figallo is the youngest of five children and the first one born in the United States after his family emigrated from Peru.  Growing up in Western Pennsylvania, Peruvian food was naturally a staple in the Figallo household and visits back to the homeland would bring back the spices and flavors only found in Peru.  Andy and Melinda met in college and married and settled in Columbus in 2001. After launching several successful businesses, Andy and Melinda decided to turn their entrepreneurial spirits to the food world. Craving the delicious Peruvian food he was raised on and wanting to introduce it to their own children, they looked to Andy’s mother for recipes and tips to capture those authentic flavors. After a lot of trial and error and guidance from Andy’s mother, they were able to perfect several authentic Peruvian dishes. As Peruvian cuisine started to gain popularity in the US, Andy and Melinda would often visit restaurants that offered some of their favorite dishes. Although well-executed they found a lot of the dishes they tried were still missing the tastes and elements that were distinctly Peruvian.  They decided to build a food truck dedicated to the true spirit of Peruvian cuisine, Nazca Peruvian Eats, which hit the streets in April 2019.  30 seats are available for this event. A minimum of 18 registrants are required to hold the event. All ticket purchases must be made prior to 5:00 PM, August 8. No refunds or cancellations after August 5. If you are unable to attend, tickets are transferable to other individuals with notice to 1400 Food Lab at 614-636-3164. Tickets are NOT transferable to different events.

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