The Chilean Pavilion at Expo 2015 presents the gastronomic uniqueness of this Andean country
The “El Amor de Chile” pavilion is built as if it were a huge picnic basket containing the fruits of the South American country. The leitmotif of the exhibition is inspired by a poem by Raul Zurita and illustrates the gastronomic uniqueness of this nation, based on a chain of attentions connecting earth and men through products and dishes.
A meal at the Chile Expo Milán 2015 pavilion: Abalone and Pastel de choclo
Conferences, cooking demos, workshops and dance and music performances liven up the pavilion with a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere, promoting family agriculture and the valorisation of women, as women are the unquestionable protagonists of the hearth and the pavilion too: a total of 80, while men are 50.
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