Updated: Feb 28, 2019
I’m contributing this post not because sister of the traveling knickers has been to Guatemala recently...or at all..but because I have experienced it and feel the need to share. Also, my foodie son and his foodie wife were here to visit and I wanted to show off. Be ready, this is truly a show off dish for visitors, though best suited for summer heat.
There are as many recipes for ceviche as there are cooks that make it. Peru is considered the birthplace of ceviche and, hence, considers ceviche it's national dish. This theory is supported with evidence of similar food types found in archeology digs, some 2000 years old.
Over time and via Spanish Conquistadors, the r