Cebiche, Phalluses, Spanish Dim Sum, and Cuy

Ancient native pottery

Guest post by Alex

Traveling with someone that not only has a deeply engrained passion for food, but is also a professional pastry chef has its amazing benefits. First off, I usually pack some type of food when taking a flight that lasts for more than a few hours. Most American airlines have since discarded meal services on domestic flights, however Aeromexico still serves the prototypical cardboard airline food. Luckily Jessica had mentioned that she would be happy to bake a fresh baquet (or two…) for the flights. Yes! Now we had delicious homemade ham and cheese along with prosciutto and butter sandwiches to enjoy on our flights between LAX, Mexico City, and Lima.

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