America's taste for ethnic food is ravenous. But could it be that John Q Public is ready for Peruvian food? Yes, according to Bon Appetit, which recently declared it the next hot cuisine. If that holds true, then Emmanuel Villaran will be at the forefront. At age 33, the chef of Andina in Portland, OR, is turning heads with his novoandina cuisine, which fuses Peruvian culinary traditions with European technique. A former painter, Villaran was among a movement of avant-garde chefs in ...
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