Eating Healthy While Traveling

October 23, 2012

This year I have been a bit of a road warrior. In fact, when I departed on a recent business trip to the US, I calculated that I had actually been home (in Santiago, Chile) about 4.5 months the entire year. Not a bad thing. I totally thrive off of being on the move, experiencing […]

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I Scream Ice Cream

August 8, 2012

I recently read a study that Chileans now eat the most ice cream in Latin America at over 6.5 liters (nearly 4 gallons) per year, per capita. That’s around 27 million gallons of ice cream for this smallish nation of 15 million people. Chileans take their ice cream seriously. Besides consumption at home, the boom […]

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Gardenia: Montevideo’s Foodie Spot

July 6, 2011

Photo: I am at the end of what can only be described as one of those spectacular meals. You know … where you stop to take copious notes and numerous pictures (some call it food porn, I call it memories). The flavors, textures, sensations, all meld together into one warm, fuzzy, wine-induced meal full […]

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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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Score It! Eat Wine Santiago (2nd Edition) Launches NOW!

March 2, 2011

The second edition of Eat Wine Santiago, an all-you-need-to-know guide of an ever-changing, on-the-rise city, has finally been released. Don’t hesitate and buy your copy today.

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At Your Service

September 1, 2010

You probably have been in this situation. There’s a new restaurant of a well-known chef. It was hard to get a table but you managed to score one. You arrive with your date and the architecture is dazzling. There are beautiful people everywhere and the vibe is super cool. Everything is in order to have […]

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