New York, NY, February 04, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Entrepreneur Edgar Perez, after presenting fantastic evenings of upscale Peruvian dining in 2008 to audiences in New York City, Boston and Washington, DC, continues promoting his recession-resistant concepts of Peruvian restaurants in America to interested investors, while he prepares the event that will become New York City’s culinary highlight for the spring dining calendar, Peru Grand Tasting Spring 2009, for which he is currently looking for sponsors and media partners.
Mr. Perez launched last year Flavors of Peru Catering, serving the New York Metro area. Corporate and private clients can expect Flavors of Peru to execute their events with style and sophistication, providing the best of Peruvian Flavors to impress their guests with what Chef Todd English has called the “Next Great Cuisine”. Flavors of Peru chefs will pay their unique attention to any catering requirement clients may have. Flavors of Peru invites clients to explore their website, flavorsofperu.com, and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Mr. Perez was recently quoted in the Los Angeles Times as leader of the Peruvian Cuisine movement in America, as he praised Chef Gaston Acurio’s efforts to globalize Peruvian culinary traditions and make them global brands. “Acurio is the force inspiring a lot of people to improve upscale Peruvian dining options,” says Edgar Perez, founder of the Peruvian food marketing company Flavors of Peru in New York. “He was one of the first chefs to take his restaurants outside Peru and has shown that people are very receptive to Peruvian flavors.”
Whether one has previously enjoyed the delectable flavors, sounds, and smells of Flavors of Peru culinary creations or is completely new to the Flavors of Peru experience, their events promise to remain among each guest’s treasured culinary experiences.