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  • In ancient South America, the Incans sent highly-trained runners called chasquis to deliver messages and goods from territory to territory. By way of the Inca Trail—a 14,000 mile-long system of paths and roads that span from Ecuador to Chile and connect the Inca empire—the chasquis would run hundreds of miles over steep and rugged terrain to complete their missions. To provide these extraordinary athletes food, shelter, and a place to rest, over 2,000 tambos, or small inns, were built at intervals along the Inca Trail. The tambos also served as important meeting points—for longer missions, the chasquis worked in relay. One chasqui would run full-speed to the nearest tambo on his route and hand his packet over to the rested chasqui waiting there. This pattern would repeat until the delivery was complete. Working in relay this way, chasquis could deliver an urgent message nearly a thousand miles in under a week. Tambobamba is the name of a specific tambo in Peru (and also the name of the town that eventually grew around it). We’ve chosen this ancient and beloved symbol of nourishment and restoration as our namesake, because every Tambobamba dinner we make is delicious, wholesome, fast and easy to make. So, like the ancient chasquis, you can enjoy a quick, good meal, replenish your body and delight your palate, and then get back to doing the things that are most important to you. (Running hundreds of miles through the South American jungle first is optional!)

  • Bestselling author of The Tutankhamun Prophecies decodes the spiritual mysteries hidden within the recently discovered Mochian pyramids in Sipan. * Reveals that ancient Inca sun-kings possessed the same solar science as Lord Pacal of Mexico and Tutankhamun of Egypt. * Solves the mystery of the ancient Inca legend concerning a white god who traveled through ancient Peru, healing the sick and restoring sight to the blind. Inca mythology tells of a tall, white leader who wandered along the coast performing miracles, a man they called Viracocha Pachamac, which means "God of the World." Centuries later another great miracle worker, similar to the first, appeared and wandered the countryside, healing the sick and restoring sight to the blind. He, too, was named Viracocha. These accounts have long baffled scholars, as have the carvings left by the people of Tiahuanaco who preserved these legends. Now Maurice Cotterell, who cracked the codes hidden in both ancient Maya carvings and the treasures of Tutankhamun, unlocks the secrets concealed within the treasure-filled tombs of Viracocha Pachamac and Viracocha. His investigation of these tombs, held within the long-lost pyramids of Peru, proves that these two figures were not myth but actually existed 1,500 years ago. The two Viracocha sun-kings had much in common with Lord Pacal of Mexico and Tutankhamun of Egypt and, like them, left the secrets of a super solar science encoded in their treasures. This science reveals the intimate connection between the cycles of life and birth on Earth and solar activity such as sunspots. More important, it holds the key to reincarnation and human spiritual realization, with answers to the spiritual mysteries of life and death.

  • Sixteenth-century Spanish soldiers described Peru as a land filled with gold and silver, a place of untold wealth. Nineteenth-century travelers wrote of soaring Andean peaks plunging into luxuriant Amazonian canyons of orchids, pythons, and jaguars. The early-twentieth-century American adventurer Hiram Bingham told of the raging rivers and the wild jungles he traversed on his way to rediscovering the “Lost City of the Incas,” Machu Picchu. Seventy years later, news crews from ABC and CBS traveled to Peru to report on merciless terrorists, starving peasants, and Colombian drug runners in the “white gold” rush of the coca trade. As often as not, Peru has been portrayed in broad extremes: as the land of the richest treasures, the bloodiest conquest, the most poignant ballads, and the most violent revolutionaries. This revised and updated second edition of the bestselling Peru Reader offers a deeper understanding of the complex country that lies behind these claims. Unparalleled in scope, the volume covers Peru’s history from its extraordinary pre-Columbian civilizations to its citizens’ twenty-first-century struggles to achieve dignity and justice in a multicultural nation where Andean, African, Amazonian, Asian, and European traditions meet. The collection presents a vast array of essays, folklore, historical documents, poetry, songs, short stories, autobiographical accounts, and photographs. Works by contemporary Peruvian intellectuals and politicians appear alongside accounts of those whose voices are less often heard—peasants, street vendors, maids, Amazonian Indians, and African-Peruvians. Including some of the most insightful pieces of Western journalism and scholarship about Peru, the selections provide the traveler and specialist alike with a thorough introduction to the country’s astonishing past and challenging present.

  • Alaea - Hawaiian Sea Salt - Fine & Coarse is the traditional Hawaiian Sea Salt. Hawaiian Red Clay adds nutrients and flavor to this unique salt. --- Bali Coconut & Lime Smoked Sea Salt is a tropical sea salt that has been smoked over coconut shells and kaffir lime leaves. --- Cyprus - Mediterranean Flake Salt is a favorite among professional chefs. The unique pyramid shaped crystals have a fresh ocean flavor and a satisfying crunch. --- Cyprus - Cyprus Black Lava Flake Salt is Mediterranean Sea salt combined with activated charcoal.Ideal for table side presentation. --- Fleur de Sel de Guérande - is accepted by many chefs as the best finishing salt in the world. --- Flor de Sal - Portuguese is premium hand harvested sea salt from Portugal. Young salt crystals are skimmed from the surface of salt ponds. --- Flower of Bali - Tropical Sea Salt is a delicate sea salt crystal that forms on the surface of tropical salt beds. --- Fumée de Sel - Chardonnay Oak Smoked Salt is premium sea salt that has been slowly smoked with chardonnay oak wine barrels. --- Hiwa Kai - Hawaiian Black Lava Salt is solar evaporated Pacific sea salt is combined with activated charcoal. --- Himalayan Pink Salt - Fine & Coarse is a pure, hand-mined ancient sea salt found naturally deep inside the pristine Himalayan Mountains. --- Kala Namak - Indian Black Salt - Fine & Coarse is an essential ingredient in authentic East Indian cuisine. --- Murray River - Australian Pink Flake Salt is prized for its gorgeous apricot color and delicate flakey texture. --- Peruvian Pink - Mountain Spring Salt comes from a natural spring located 10,000 feet high in the Mountains in Peru. --- Salish - Alder Smoked Salt - Fine & Coarse is naturally smoked over Northwest Red Alderwood. --- Sel Gris de Guérande - Fine & Coarse sea salts are hand harvested from the salt ponds of Guérande, France. --- Sel de Mer - Mediterranean Sea Salt - Fine & Coarse is an solar evaporated Mediterranean Sea Salt.

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