Category: Chile

Peru: Pisco Sour

We are completing our journey to the Land of the Incas, with the emblematic Peruvian cocktail now known all over the world: the pisco sour!



Peru: Papa Rellena

At sunrise on July 28 in Peru, a salvo of 21 cannons will commemorate the Declaration of Independence of the country, which took place on July 28, 1821.



Chile: Marraqueta

Chile is one of the countries with the largest number of bread consumers. It is very common to include it at breakfast, sometimes also a small piece at lunchtime, and also on the most popular time called once, which would be somewhat equivalent to dinner.



Interview with Carolina Rojas (Mi Diario de Cocina)

Meet Carolina, our new culinary expert for Chilean cuisine. Carolina Rojas is a Chilean cook, native of Valparaiso, Chile. She currently resides in Atlanta, GA with her husband and two young children. In 2006, she created the bilingual (Spanish/English) cooking blog Mi Diario de Cocina, which was originally intended mostly for her friends and family.



Chile: Pan de Pascua

It is said that this delicious sweet dough comes from Germany or Italy, where it is called stollen and panettone, respectively, or also Christ’s bread



Chile: Pastel del Choclo

A month ago, I told you about pastels from Cape Verde. Pastel is a Hispanic and Portuguese name that refers to different crispy or fried preparations, savory or sweet. Today’s pastel is from Chile.