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  • noun A stew containing meat and potatoes, part of Chilean and Peruvian cuisine.

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  • Their favourite dish is chupe, a highly peppered meat stew, and the favourite intoxicant is chicha, of corn chewed, boiled with water, and fermented.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • When the chupe is made in better style, eggs, crabs, and fried fish are added to the ingredients already named; and it is then a very savory dish.

    Travels in Peru, on the Coast, in the Sierra, Across the Cordilleras and the Andes, into the Primeval Forests

  • And the chupe de camarones is a deep bowl of milky red soup highlighted by deep red sprinklings of ancho chile and loaded with shrimp, poached eggs, blobs of chewy melted cheese, peas, carrots, and rice-it looks like the surface of Jupiter.

    Chicago Reader

  • And the chupe de camarones is a deep bowl of milky red soup highlighted by deep red sprinklings of ancho chile and loaded with shrimp, poached eggs, blobs of chewy melted cheese, peas, carrots, and rice-it looks like the surface of Jupiter.

    Chicago Reader

  • I also liked the chupe de camarones ($13.95), a rich shrimp chowder.

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  • These seafood flavors go far beyond the classic red snapper dish huachinago a la veracruzana and include the abalone native to Chile called locos, which are cooked au gratin for a dish called chupe de locos.

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