Peruvian chefs win Guinness for largest ceviche 2008-12-08 10:34:55   Print

Chefs prepare the traditional ceviche in Lima Dec. 7, 2008. Peruvian chefs, elbow deep in more than six tonnes of square-cut fish, onion and lime, won on Sunday the Guinness World Record for preparing the largest ceviche, a Peruvian seafood specialty. The classic dish, made with raw fish and a spicy citrus sauce that "cooks" it, weighed in at 6.8 tonnes, some 2 tonnes more than the previous record. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)
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