South America

How to Make Pebre from Chile

An easy, 4 step process to make fresh pebre: Chilean salsa made with cilantro, onion, olive oil, garlic, chili peppers, and tomato.

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Our Next Food Destination: Welcome to Chile!

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!

Leticia Schwartz

Meet the Chef: Leticia Moreinos Schwartz, Brazil

Native to the beautiful city of Rio de Janeiro, Leticia Moreinos Schwartz is a foremost authority on Brazilian cuisine—and the curator of this month’s Brazil Box. Here, Try The World speaks to Moreinos Schwartz about her path through culinary school journalism, and diabetes advocacy that led her to where she is today.

Rogerio Pedro

Meet the Artist Behind the Brazil Culture Guide, Rogerio Pedro

For the first time ever, we’re working with a Brazilian artist to create the cover of your Culture Guide. Rogerio Pedro, featured in the Brazil Box, is a street artist from São Paulo known for his dramatic and colorful murals. Just for us, he created an incredible cover featuring the items from the box. Here’s an inside look at his passion for comics, murals, and Brazilian culture.

Iguazu Falls

14 Interesting Facts about Brazil

Brazil is the most populated country in South America and perhaps one of the most diverse. A true melting pot of people from all over the world and of different cultural backgrounds—from the Amazon to Japan and everything in between—Brazilian culture is lively and full of wonderful food, music, and energy. Here are 14 facts about this great country that are sure to blow your mind—and whet your appetite for the Brazilian foods from the box.

Açaí Bowls

Açaí Bowl with Brazilian Jam

Have you heard of the superfruit called açaí? It’s popping up everywhere! It turns out that this new American obsession is native to Brazil—and Brazilians have been eating it long before Instagram ever caught wind of it.

Jabuticaba Caipirinha

The perfect for kicking back on the beach and lounging in the sun, the caipirinha is Brazil’s national drink. It’s traditionally made with cachaça, Brazilian rum made from sugarcane. This one is slightly fruity with the addition of the delicious jabuticaba jam from the Brazil Box.