Before digging into informal meals, young Chilean hosts may say, “Atacamos.” The term literally means, “Let’s attack.” In the South American country, as in many others, food and wine are enthusiastically embraced. But for many Chileans, the pleasures of the table also provide a major source of income.“Wine has a lot of importance here in Chile,” says Giancarlo Mazzarelli, who is the chef and owner of Puerto Fuy restaurant in Santiago, the country’s capital and an informal cosmopolitan hub of ...

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