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As Buenos Aires gives us a bout of both humid heat and chilly cold, in the space of about 48 hours we’ve been reaching for both the air conditioning and heating. Confused? Not to worry. The weekend ahead looks bright

As Buenos Aires approaches the sixth consecutive year of honoring all things Italian, it’s time to start fasting, as we can smell the aromas of one of the tastiest weeks of the year just around the corner! This Italian extravaganza

“What products can you find in Tierra del Fuego? Centolla (king or spider crab), centollón (snow crab), cachiyuyo alga, merluza negra (Patagonian toothfish), mussels, sardines, cholgas, octopus… the Beagle Channel and beyond is so rich,” says Jorge Monopoli

The first word that comes to mind when you think of Argentina may be “steak,” perhaps choripán, or even “meat” in general. It’s no secret that leading an environmentally-conscious lifestyle and munching on meat (specifically beef) do not go hand-in-hand …

With a four-day week almost over, and a glorious sunshine filled long weekend now just a mere memory – when’s our next feriado? – it’s almost time to kick back and celebrate the joys of a 48-hour liberation from

The gastronomic milieu in Argentina is ever-growing, and while the quality of meat and wines that hallmark a typical asado tends to be high, when associating these products to the term “organic,” the correlation is near to none. Eating in …

Arepas are a staple in any Venezuelan or Colombian’s diet, akin to pasta or pizza for an Italian. My “first time” at munching this corn treat was about three years ago after a night out in Barranquilla Carnival in Colombia. …

For centuries, Middle Eastern cuisine has been hailed as some of the richest and healthiest the world over. The flavors are indisputably delicious, and the health benefits of ingredients such as fiber-rich chickpeas, eggplants, and an array of herbs and

Hooray! It’s that time of week again when we all mentally check out of work and start planning what we’ll be doing with our days of freedom. With an extra day off in honor of the Día del Respeto a

Today (October 11th) marks the annual worldwide celebration of something that makes all our lives a little sweeter here in Argentina: dulce de leche. What better way to honor such a special occurrence than by eating (and drinking) everything …