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Pan Amasado! There is just something wonderfully tasty about Chilean bread (it probably has something to do with the high fat content), I love this stuff!!!

Chilean pan amasado is a kneaded bread loved throughout Chile. Here's how to make pan amasado and enjoy this delicious bread.

Mote con Huesillo! Probably the most Chilean of all beverages (at least of those that LDS missionaries can drink...) I love this stuff! It is basically a dried peach in peach juice with wheat berries. So yummy! I once dressed up as Mote and my companion went as Huesillo to a costume party... fun times!

A Chilean drink. Mote con Huesillo - cooked dried peaches and stewed corn served as a drink.

Merkén! I love this hot Mapuche spice made from dried and smoke peppers! I wish I knew where to get my hands on some here in the states...

I love this hot chilean Mapuche spice made from dried and smoke peppers! I wish I knew where to get my hands on some here in the states. Volviendo a lo natural.

Okay, so this one is not so delightful, in fact Cochayuyo is probably my least favorite Chilean food... but I could not have a Chilean food board without it.

Cochayuyo (seaweed) dishes were my least favorite Chilean food. I had to wash each bite down with lots of jugo (juice)!

Empanadas Chilenas! Another great "comida tipica" or traditional food from Chile!

How to Make Chilean Empanadas It is accurate to assume that most Chileans put their own little unique touches on their empanadas recipe. This recipe will show you how to make Chilean Empanadas in.

caipirinha the drink of brazil

Caipirinha

Caipirinha is Brazil's national cocktail, made with cachaça (sugar-cane rum), sugar and lime.

Brazilian food!!!  Brazilian Churrasco

I went to a Rio in Myrtle Beach, now there's one in St. All you can eat Brazilian food :)

Carbonada! Very similar to cazuela, except that the meat and vegetables are broken down into more manageable sized pieces for eating. In my opinion carbonada beats cazuela any day.

Carbonada is a stew made with beef, vegetables potatoes, and fruit. Enjoy this traditional Argentinean/Uruguayan recipe with a glass of Malbec!

Sopaipillas! Always a great Chilean treat! I still can't decide if I love them with sweet manjar or a savory chancho en piedra.

Always a great Chilean treat! I still can't decide if I love them with sweet manjar or a savory chancho en piedra.

Chancho en Piedra! So yummy topped onto a fresh, hot sopaipilla!!!

When Natalya and I were recently traveling through Chile, we found the two most popular condiments restaurants served with their starter bread were a roasted red pepper purée and and Chancho en Pie…

Cazuela! Yummy, a delightful soup with large chunks of meat and vegetables!

Cazuela de Ave- Chicken Stew from Chile super easy & yummy (recipe in Spanish)

Ensalada de pepino! Cucumber salad! So simple and delicious! Just cucumbers, lemon juice, and salt!

Just cucumbers, lemon juice, and salt!