Chilean Papayas & Sea Bass, Featuring a delicious Chardonnay

June 6, 2011

[vimeo http://www.vimeo.com/25355957] Today’s video uses indigenous Chilean ingredients now being exported to the US.  Chilean papayas are known as “carica candamarcensis,” or Mountain papayas, and have no resemblance to their tropical cousins. Similar in shape to a starfruit with a thin, yellow skin, these papayas are grown in the Northern arid areas near La Serena […]

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Grilled Lamb Burgers with Avocado Mayo

May 23, 2011

[vimeo 24119556 w=400 h=225] Summer is just around the corner in much of the US (cold, rainy weather just a detail) and grilling seems to be synonymous with warm weather. This coming weekend, Memorial Day, officially inaugurates the picnic and barbeque season. Ahh, the smells of charcoal and seared meat fill the air. If you […]

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What’s Coming Up: Colonia, Uruguay

March 9, 2011

Just a hop on the ferry across the grand Río de la Plata from Buenos Aires, the charming colonial gem of Colonia on the Southwestern shores of Uruguay, is quickly becoming a favorite getaway to South America’s smallest nation.

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January 20, 2010

New York, New York. I can fully say that I love this city much, much more now that I don’t live in it nor work in the investment banking world. Definitely the rat race was not conducive to living it up in the city—and enjoying it at the same time. While my trips to New […]

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Santiago’s First Food and Drink E-guide is Born!

December 8, 2009

Wooohooo! As many of you may know, I have been working diligently on the newest member of the Liz Caskey Culinary & Wine Experiences’ family during most of 2009: our new foodie e-guide series, Eat Wine, the first of its kind in Chile, and in South America. We are t-o-t-a-l-l-y pysched to announce that the inaugural guide […]

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My Must-Eat Short List in Buenos Aires

July 15, 2009

  Buenos Aires, called affectionately “BA” by the locals, is foodie heaven. Dozens upon dozens of joints, cafés, bars, bistros, boliches, restaurants, dinner clubs, and snack bars. It is stimulating—and overwhelming. Fortunately, I am blessed to live very close to BA and have an ongoing (business) excuse to travel frequently to stay up-to-date on the […]

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