Every country has their star condiment. This is especially true while traveling around South America. Whether it was pebre in Chile or llajua in Bolivia, the table seemed to always feature one ubiquitous condiment. In Argentina and to some extent Uruguay (it’s less widespread), there is no debate about it-the king is chimichurri.
WHAT TO EAT: SOPAIPILLA WHERE TO EAT IT: EVERYWHERE IN CHILE; OUTSIDE OF BUS STATIONS OFTEN HAVE SOME OF THE BEST One of the things I love most about tasting different foods in other countries is trying the street food. Who doesn’t love some good street food? Just look at the boom of food trucks all over the world. They stemmed from simple kiosks with vendors selling small, portable, tasty morsels. They… Read More