Posted on 21 September 2012 by dubs
At the eighth annual Peruvian Food Festival on Sunday, Sept. 23, 2012 at the Ben Ali Shriners Center (3262 Marysville Boulevard), you can taste all sorts of famous dishes from Peru like lomo saltado (strips of steak sautÃ©d with soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, chilies, onions and tomatoes served over a bed of rice with a large helping of French fries) and picarones (thin, donut like type of pumpkin fritters that are normally served with syrup on top) and plenty of other options. There will be music and entertainment for the whole family including a Peruvian horse show, “Caballos de Paso.” Admission is just $3 per person, and children 10-and-under are free. Parking is $2. For more information, visit http://clubperudesacramento.com/.
|Categories Blogs, The Stream||Tags Ben Ali Shriners Center,lomo saltado,Peruvian Food Festival,Peruvian horse show,picarones,Sacramento|