South America

Day 31: Little Venice

Arepas, a famous Venezuelan street food, is an experience you won't want to miss.  Venezuelans are among the world's happiest people and their food is meant to be enjoyed with friends: happy people make happy food!  

Day 31: Little Venice

Day 27: Where the land ends

Chile is home to the worlds driest desert and the southernmost inhabited point on earth outside of Antartica.  These aren't the only surprises; their use of salmon with leave you begging for more.

Day 27: Where the land ends

Day 20: The River of Silver

Argentina, home to cataclysmic changes and larger than life personalities such as Eva Péron, Messi, Che Guevara, Maradona, Pope Francis, and the Tango.  Check out why Argentina is the king of the empanada world!

Day 20: The River of Silver

Day 17: The Middle of the World "Mitad del Mundo"

The Andes mountains are home to many countries.  We enjoy some regional food from Ecuador.  We are lucky to be one of the two places in the USA where you can get traditional Cuy (Guinea Pig)

Day 17: The Middle of the World "Mitad del Mundo"

Day 13: The City of Eternal Spring

From coasts, jungle, and mountains, to world class cities, Colombia has you covered.  We try the main dish from Medellín and talk with a very classy Colombian gal in this week's story.

Day 13: The City of Eternal Spring

Day 4: Peru

On a Historic East meets West trade route, home to immigrants from Europe, Asia, and South America, and one of the most biodiverse countries in the world, fusion inspired food will require you adding Peru to your bucket list.

Day 4: Peru