A Taste of Peru
Peruvian cuisine reflects the influences of indigenous ingredients and techniques, European colonialism, and African and Asian immigration. Explore the unique ingredients and flavours that make Peruvian dishes distinctive with Chef
Peruvian cuisine reflects the influences of indigenous ingredients and techniques, European colonialism, and African and Asian immigration. Explore the unique ingredients and flavours that make Peruvian dishes distinctive with Chef Carmen Barquero in tonight’s class as she shows you a variety of classic Peruvian dishes that represent the culinary heritage of Peruvian cuisine.
- Ceviche – Lime Juice Marinated Sea Fish with Red onion, Hot Peppers, Plantain and Sweet Potato Wedges
- Aji De Gallina – Peruvian Creamy Chicken Stew with Walnuts and Chili Served Over Rice
- Passion Fruit Suspiro de Limena – Passion Fruit Custard Topped with Sweet Meringue
*Please read the menu carefully to ensure items meet your dietary restrictions.
*Note we are not an allergen-free facility; while we attempt to accommodate allergies, attendees are responsible to take their own necessary medical precautions (e.g. bring an EpiPen).
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The Province of Ontario lifted its mask mandate and vaccination requirements for indoor dining establishments so masks are now optional at Jill’s Table. Health restrictions are subject to change according to public health policy and advisories. If anything changes, we will let you know.
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(Tuesday) 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM EST
115 King St, London, ON N6A 1C3
Carmen is a graduate of the Culinary Management Program at Fanshawe College. Her journey as a chef started at Bertoldi’s Trattoria and continued at the Black Walnut, and as a teacher at Jill’s Table and the Covent Garden Market.
She has been refining her baking skills for over 14 years and is always enthusiastic to learn new techniques from other chefs. Carmen loves being involved with the community through food events and looks forward to continuing to teach students how to bake, and have fun doing it!