Tostada Party with BUSH’S Beans

This post is sponsored by BUSH’S. All text and opinions are mine and has not been edited by third parties. How many times have you wanted to invite some friends and have a good time, but you don’t know what to serve? It’s a big dilema, even for food bloggers …. I have spent many […]

Pork Nogado for the Holidays

This is part of a sponsored collaboration with DiMe Media and National Pork Board.  All opinions are 100% mine. As our family lives far away, every year we take Holiday pictures of our daughters to share with them. And they do the same, I treasure the pictures of my nieces and nephews celebrating the Holidays. […]

MASTERCHEF JUNIOR Inspired Raspberry Mousse

In my family, we all love cooking. And my girls love choosing recipes and cooking every time something motivates them. Since three years ago, we have followed every season of MASTERCHEF JUNIOR. I love to watch the program with them and see how they identify with the participants. At the end of each season they […]

Iced Chocolate, Chilean recipe

Inspired by my beloved Iced Coffee I made Iced Chocolate, Chilean style for my daughters. What it’s not to love: chocolate milk, vanilla ice cream and whipped cream. The perfect after school treat or mid-afternoon snack. Of course it was a huge success with my girls and they want this to become a tradition. You […]

Apple Fritters

This recipe is sponsored by Cacique and Society Culinaria. My grandmother wasn’t scare of fried food, I guess those were different times… several of my grandmother’s dishes that were my favorites were fried. In winter, these apple fritters were the most delicious desserts that she could give us. She used to get them ready for […]

One pot Sausage Artichoke Pasta

This recipe is sponsored by ALDI. Every year when visiting my mom in Belgium we went and visited at least one ALDI. One of my favorite hobbies during my vacations is to visit supermarkets. It is so much fun to see the layouts, which foods are popular, what preparations are different and which fruit and […]

Churrasco, Chilean Recipe

My heart is permanently divided between this sandwich or the version with pork… the solution is an easy one,to always go accompanied to eat and share half and half, but when do at home, what to do? I still don’t know…. Sandwiches are so rooted in our Chilean culture that I do not even remember […]

Cumbres Hotel, at the Trendy Lastarria Neighborhood

The Lastarria neighborhood in Santiago, Chile has gained notoriety as a trendy culinary and entertainment place. So, when I had to decide where to stay during my last trip to Chile for the launch of our new cookbook, it was my first choice. When I travel with my family, we usually stay at my in-laws […]