Thursday, November 22, 2012


Considering that Chile itself is 4,270 km long, its coastal waters encompass a large variety of habitats and ecosystems, in addition to its open ocean habitat. And out of those teeming waters comes the famed Paila Marina, a Chilean seafood soup that is a combination of shellfish and hunks of light fleshed fish in an aromatic broth that will eclipse all other soups you've ever eaten facing the sea. A steaming bowl of Paila Marina never fails to bring joy!

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