Category Archives: Chilean Food / Comida Chilena

Chileno en UK: Housing para estudiar

Hola a tod@s, estamos en la cuenta regresiva para el resultado de las Becas Chile, y todos los que están postulando a una universidad en el extranjero deben estar ansiosos por los resultados. Es por ello que lo mejor para aliviar ese estrés es hacer algo productivo, como por ejemplo algo tan importante como empezar a ver en qué lugar […]

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Chileno en UK: Echando de menos la Comida Chilena

Hola a tod@s, en este nuevo post me pondré un poco nostálgico ya que hablaré sobre las cosas que se extrañan de Chile, específicamente de la comida chilena (no hay para que ponerse tan nostálgicos tampoco) Es increíble como a medida que pasa el tiempo uno empieza a extrañar los sabores a los que uno está acostumbrado, y gusta, del […]

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Today we Celebrate ‘el Día del Melón con Vino’

Feliz Día del Melón con Vino! Happy Melon with Wine Day! Chile has a couple holidays celebrating their food and drink culture, like “el día del completo” or “el día de la piscola”. Today is yet another day, and excuse, to drink up and pay homage to Chile’s Fruit and Wine Gods with el melon con vino, a refreshing summertime favorite. […]

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How to Celebrate las Fiestas Patrias in Chile

It’s Fiestas Patrias in Chile week! Chilean independence festivities take place all over the country for the entire month and they commemorate the declaration of Chilean independence, and, most importantly, celebrating Chile’s rich history, culture, and national identity with parades, festivals, parties, barbecues, music, dancing, food, drinks, and the list goes on. There are two national holidays, the 18th commemorates the proclamation of […]

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10 Best Drunk Foods in Chile – Pa’l Bajón

Sometimes when describing Chilean fast food, imagine its inception: It probably began with someone being curado – drunk, getting the munchies, and whipping up your favorite Chilean sandwich. At least that’s what I think of; it just seems like someone would eat it when they’re drunk.  If you have the drunchies (drunk munchies) or as it’s known in Chile – el […]

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The Elqui Valley’s Stars, Solar Ovens and Vineyards

Chile’s Elqui Valley is my most visited location in Chile. Everyone goes to La Serena and the Elqui Valley since it’s just a couple hours drive from Valparaiso and Santiago, but for some reason I somehow end up spending more time in the valley than at the beach in La Serena and Isla Damas with the penguins. Why stay in […]

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