A revered and esteemed custom through Chile, curanto is a traditional food preparation method that has been practiced for centuries.
Celebrating the harvest of pure Chilean produce, Mickelsen is a company that has been sharing the best that Chile has to offer for over 50 years.
From kaffir lime leaves to quinoa and goldenberries, this article explores some of the delicious products that come straight from the earth.
An easy, 4 step process to make fresh pebre: Chilean salsa made with cilantro, onion, olive oil, garlic, chili peppers, and tomato.
From pinot noir to Carménère, learn all about terroir and what makes Chilean wine so unique!
From a seafood soup to a sandwich cookie made with dulce de leche, explore some of the most delicious things to eat in Chile.
This homemade granola recipe features Carménère wine jelly from the Chile Box. It’s an excellent choice for everything, from a nutrient-packed breakfast to a midday snack.
This rustic and filling dish from South America – a steak with a trademark egg on top – has been given a Chilean touch due to the use of the merkén, a spice made from smoked chili peppers.
Chile is surrounded by two impressive natural barriers, the Andes Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, and its cuisine and local traditions are deeply influenced by its rugged landscape. Experience Chilean delicacies like merkén and Carménère wine jelly with this month’s box!
Whether you’re watching the ball drop or toasting to the end of 2016, here’s how New Year’s is celebrated around the world.