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Yes, we know. In less than three months the world has turned upside down.

But Argentina is a country where people face different struggles daily, and often it is from those situations that the creativity that characterize us emerges. Some

As Argentines (or those pretending to be Argentines), we need beer for patriotic occasions. Sometimes a foreign beer simply won’t do. A soccer game, celebrating independence on July 9th. You need a cerveza that doesn’t clash with the albiceleste

Lavash. Dolma. Manti. Basturma. Baklava.

Either you’re now full-on drooling or you’re confused by that collection of seemingly non-sensical words – meaning you have yet to be exposed to the wonders of Armenian cuisine. Either way, with Armenian food …

Coming to Argentina for the first time, I arrived prepared with the knowledge that I may have to search a little harder for some of my must-have staples: peanut butter, Greek yogurt, and tampons with applicators. But, apart from these, …

So far, there are only three things I miss about the United States here in Buenos Aires. Having Broad City available on Hulu, ordering useless junk to my front door in just one click on Amazon, and starting my day …

For some reason, people like to rag on certain aspects of the food culture in Buenos Aires. From “There’s no real street food” to “I can’t buy pre-made frozen cauliflower rice anywhere!” the list of grievances is long and …

It’s that time of year again! The holidays, when everyone is in a full-on tizzy, acting like things won’t be exactly the same next year. It’s hot, it’s humid, and few things are more depressing than cheap Christmas decorations cluttering …

Springtime in Buenos Aires: jacarandás in bloom, balmy afternoon aperitivos on your best friend’s rooftop, and the return of the dreaded platform sandal + all-white clothing ensemble. It’s a special time of year, no doubt. It also marks the return …

Somehow we’ve made it to November and the yanquis in the room are jonesin’ for some roast turkey. No matter that temperatures in Buenos Aires typically soar into the 80s this time of year: we want to recreate our childhood …

These days, it seems like it’s impossible to get Argentines to agree on anything. Boca or River? Macri or Fernández? Medialunas de manteca, or de grasa? Perhaps the one arena where we can all get on board is …