Saturday, August 30, 2014
A Chilean Pastel
Chile is stretched more than 2,670 miles down the coast of South America. You would think that it was massive based off of this, but it's widest part is only 217 miles wide, making it similar in square mileage to Turkey and Zambia. It's length yields to a vast array of terrain ranging from the copper rich desert in the north to southern forests, volcanoes, and waterways. The central part hosts the Andes mountains where the Quechua people who invented tonight's recipe reside.