As the world’s longest and narrowest country, with borders defined by the Andes and Pacific Ocean, Chile offers a variety of flavors. Fish and seafood dominate the local cuisine. Chile is also the biggest producer of Cabernet Sauvignon wine, behind France.
Getting to San Pedro de Atacama is a journey in itself. Tucked in the middle of the Atacama desert, this popular town in the north of Chile is an... read more →
You may already know Chile produces some excellent wines with a growing reputation every year. Our quest for authentic food in Chile took us across the entire country -... read more →
Our quest to discover authentic Chilean food specialties had us in Santiago for about 2 weeks. While this was not enough time to go as deep as we would... read more →
Understanding authentic Chilean cuisine is more challenging than we expected. Chile is located in the southeast corner of South America and squeezed between the Andes and Pacific Ocean. It... read more →
Wandering around the farmers market is one of the best ways to experience authentic food on any trip. We are currently in Santiago, Chile where they are many farmers... read more →
Chile is the world’s longest and narrowest country with it’s borders defined by the Andes Mountain and Pacific Ocean. The coast line runs from the tropics to the wintery... read more →
Our trip into Chile began with a 16-hour bus ride from Bariloche, Argentina to Talca, Chile. Talca is located in Maule Valley, one of Chile wine regions. We left... read more →