The literal translation of <i>Cola de Mono</i> is “monkey’s tail.” While the exact origin of this unusual title is unknown, one theory is that this potent Christmas drink will have you swinging like a monkey! Another story links the name to former Chilean President, Pedro Montt. Whatever its origins, you’ll enjoy toasting family and friends at the holidays—or any time of year—with this creamy creation.
Bistec a lo Pobre....(It consists of fried meat, onions, eggs and chips. There are many similar dishes with different names in other parts of the world. Serve with rice preferably. It is popular in Peru and Chile).