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Peruvians achieve the Guinness Record for the largest tamale tasting in the world | Miami | Juan Chipoco | ADVANTAGE

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Peruvians achieve the Guinness Record for the largest tamale tasting in the world |  Miami |  Juan Chipoco |  ADVANTAGE

Peruvians in Miami Break Guinness World Record for Largest Tamale Tasting

The red and white colors of the Peruvian flag were proudly displayed at Maurice A. Ferré Park in Miami, Florida, as Peruvians living in the city came together to break a Guinness World Record for the largest tamale tasting. The event aimed not only to promote unity among the Peruvian community in Miami but also to celebrate and showcase national ingredients, particularly the giant corn from Cusco.

Over 400 participants gathered at the park early in the morning to take part in the challenge, which involved tasting three flavors of Peruvian tamales made with Cusco corn: chicken, cheese, and pork. The previous record for a tamale tasting had been set at 250 people, but the Peruvians in Miami surpassed this with 398 individuals participating in the event.

Leading the initiative were the gastronomic group CVI.CHE 105, headed by chef Juan Chipoco, and the San Ignacio University of Miami, represented by Raúl Diez Canseco. The event also received support from the Peruvian Navy, represented by the crew of the BAP Unión, a ship that has become a moving embassy of Peru during its 9-month journey around the world.

The official judge from the Guinness World Records organization oversaw the event, ensuring that all rules were followed. After a successful tasting session, the record was officially achieved, making Peru a part of the Guinness Book of Records.

Chef Juan Chipoco, a beloved figure in the Peruvian community in Miami, expressed his pride in being part of the team behind the record. He emphasized the importance of showcasing Peruvian ingredients and food culture on a global stage.

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Looking ahead, the team is already planning their next challenge: attempting to break the record for the largest coffee tasting in the Peruvian city of San Martín. This event aims to continue highlighting the richness and diversity of the Peruvian pantry.

In addition to the successful record-breaking event, Chef Juan Chipoco will be visiting Lima in April to present a book titled “Juan Chipoco: the brand behind the brand,” which tells his inspiring success story.

The Peruvian community in Miami has proven that they are not only passionate about their culture and cuisine but also dedicated to showcasing it to the world in truly impressive ways.

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