Gastronomy

Visit South America and you will discover that some of the most ambitious culinary explorations in the world today are here. A vast portfolio of world-class chefs are both embracing and challenging a rich heritage of fine and popular dining. From the renowned steakhouses of Argentina, to Brazil’s indulgent churrascarias, to the myriad mouth-watering varieties of Peruvian ceviche, a visit to South America is one your palate won’t soon forget.

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  • The Culinary Attractions of the Chiloé Islands

    The Culinary Attractions of the Chiloé Islands Shaped by the crashing waves and untamed landscape, the Isla Grande de Chiloé is the fifth largest island in Chile, developing an identity distinctly different than the mainland. With a local community that celebrates the arts, mythology, and architecture, food is a huge part of their culture. A cuisine that doesn’t rely on buzzwords like “organic”, food in the Chiloé Islands embraces the history and heartiness offered by local purveyors. Come with us as we explore the cuisine of this unique region. Photo Credit: Prayitno Cuisine of Chiloé | Trout and Salmon Trout and salmon are staples of Chiloé cuisine, no matter how you cook them. Smoked, grilled, or fried, seafood in Chiloé is some of the…
  • The Culinary Attractions of the Chiloé Islands

    The Culinary Attractions of the Chiloé Islands Shaped by the crashing waves and untamed landscape, the Isla…
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