No matter the reason you’re pinching pennies, you don’t have to give up wine completely and you definitely don’t have to drink bad wine to stick to your budget. Check out these two high-quality Chilean red wines that you can find for around $15 or less.
Most wine and food lovers know where to head for great bottles of wine in France and Italy and we are all familiar with hearing about wine country in the States. But do you know much about Chilean wine? Join us as we’re discovering wine country of Chile.
Nothing beats the freedom of driving down any road you see and stopping wherever you want.
You know they old saying, when life gives you a giant bag of dried Red New Mexico Chiles, make a delicious pureed sauce. Though this looks so spicy it’ll burn off even Mark Twain’s undead eyebrows, the taste is slightly smoky and mild. It’s a great addition to a variety of dishes.
When thinking about a big pot of goodness, this hearty Peruvian soup should be one to put in it.
This quiche-like casserole made up of layers of green chiles and cheese is a meal even the most novice cook can put together. Easy Chile Rellenos Casserole is a comfort food dinner or breakfast everyone will love!
Learn how to make your own stocks and broths at home to save money and create a better base for your cooking. Plus, check out the recipe for a Peruvian lime and chile broth that is perfect with summer corn.
There is no way to simply describe Santa Fe’s cuisine, one must venture to the Southwest to experience the authentic cultural food. Check out these favorite local eateries and markets.
Paired perfectly with wine from Chile, inspire your summer barbecuing with a recipe for grilled Chilean chicken and a pebre sauce, similar to chimichurri.
Start the day with comfort food that is perfect for brunch or a hearty breakfast. Cheese, eggs, and chile sauce top tortilla chips in one delicious skillet.
A melt-in-your-mouth pork belly taco is something to crave and topped with ancho chili pineapple, pickled onions, and avocado, there is nothing better.
Made from the potent Mexican chile, this hot sauce incorporates pumpkin and sesame seeds for a beautiful nutty spice.
A intimate incarnation of an acclaimed restaurant provides an evening of delicious food and informative insight into traditional Chilean cuisine.
This homemade Mexican chorizo is authentic in flavor, easy to make, and with ingredients you can trust.
Sweet and spicy, this Indian Mango Chutney makes a delicious spread, dipping sauce, or condiment to add to your curries.
In central Texas, it’s the time of year when the smell of roasted chiles fills the parking lot of specialty food stores.
In Mexico this is a favorite snack for many, specially during the hot summer months. Cucumbers leave you cooled and feeling refreshed.
Made from masa harina dough, Pupusas are stuffed round corn cakes, or patties, from El Salvador.
Gregory Dal Piaz from our friends over at Snooth.com with a list of 8 must-try wines from Chile.
This snack does not require a recipe. All you need is freshly popped, unflavored, popcorn and hot sauce of your choice.