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La Chiva

We’re so fortunate to be living in South Australia. Among us is a melting pot of different cultures as well as access to the world’s best produce. 330 more words

Adelaide Food Central

What it's like to hike the Inca Trail

Peru’s Andean region offers a beautiful but challenging terrain. The trails in the Andes are on every hiker’s bucket list. The Inca’s trails were built to connect the Incan Empire to the famed Macchu Picchu. 369 more words

South American

Bodega Birmingham New Menu

Bodega Birmingham was probably the first South American restaurant and cocktail bar in Birmingham. It’s long been one of my go-to places for great food, casual dining and impeccable cocktails. 688 more words

Birmingham Food Bloggers

Chimichurri Many Ways

Summer is fast approaching, and that means grilling.  One of our favorite condiments or sauces to put on grilled veggies is chimichurri, a traditional Argentinian sauce made with parsley, garlic, extra virgin olive oil, red pepper flakes, salt, and black pepper.   490 more words


Yerba Maté

Yerba Maté (pronounced mah-teh) is not just tea, it is a way of life and a cultural tradition that you can see everywhere in Uruguay. From an office worker on his/her way to work to a gaucho – folks carry their mate cups called gourds, straws called bombilla and hot water thermos everywhere they go. 376 more words

Beach Living

A Few Differences in Spanish from Ecuador to Uruguay

We have only been here a very short time but have found many differences in the Spanish used here in Uruguay compared to Ecuador and Panama. 285 more words

Beach Living