February 19, 7-9PM, Drop-In
$10 Meal; $4 Wine; $3 Beer
The first Peruvian Pop-Up of the New Year! Join chef Nico Vera of Pisco Trails for his famous Parihuela Seafood Soup!
Check out the recipe and more info here:
RSVP and we will save you a bowl- Feel free to show up anytime between 7 and 9- we will be serving up until the last minute!
The Parihuela is a hearty and spicy seafood soup that has modest origins in the fishing communities of Peru and is very popular all along the coast. And now that winter has arrived to the coast of California, it's perfect for a rainy day in San Francisco. Though it is similar to the French Bouillabaisse from the port of Marseille, its flavors and ingredients are uniquely Peruvian.
Two things will guarantee a great Parihuela: using fresh ingredients, and serving it immediately. It's also important to use a firm flesh white fish as the main ingredient, such as the center cut of a cod or sea bass.
The inspiration for this recipe comes from Gaston Acurio, while the warmth and spice for this dish comes from the aji panca hot pepper. Combine that spice with cumin, ginger, cilantro, and lime juice, and you'll enjoy a seafood soup that is flavorful, spicy, crisp, nourishing, and refreshing exactly what the fishermen from Peru would enjoy after a day at sea.
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