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As yet another consequence of European immigration, the term copetín comes from the Genoese dialect, cuppetin, which means aperitif or light snack to eat with your drink before a meal. Unlike the light snack, the copetín follows two rules in …

Drop your mate gourd everyone! It is officially Coffee Day and we are here to guide you through 24 hours of celebrations. Yes, it is in fact possible to get your hands on a good cup of coffee in Buenos …

A popular Argentine saying asserts that “God is everywhere, but the only place he has to work is in Buenos Aires” – a phrase meant to mock the country’s apparent penchant for all things bureaucratic. But the latest

No plans for the weekend? How about round two of pizza-muching, spaghetti-slurping and limoncello-downing? Yep, that’s right. If you missed last Sunday’s Llega Al Dente! event that took over Palermo’s Gorriti street for the day, fear not because all things …

It’s 29th of the month. That means ñoquis are on the menu for dinner… again. I’m not going to complain, especially if they are covered in melted cheese.

But why exactly are we eating ñoquis today in Argentina, and …

It’s 29th of the month. That means ñoquis are on the menu for dinner… again. I’m not going to complain, especially if they are covered in melted cheese.

But why exactly are we eating ñoquis today in Argentina, and …

What makes a dish particularly Argentine? Sure chimichurri helps, but it’s a question that is trickier than you might think to answer. Luckily for us, the Raiz Festival Gastronomico (food fair) is here to help and is giving all of

It’s Sunday morning afternoon and you’ve just rolled out of bed. Your head is pounding, your mouth is dry and you open the blinds, introducing your hangover to the sun. Wrong move. There is no cure, you tell yourself. There

It seems Buenos Aires has been eating its way through the best foods the world has to offer since the start of year. Scotland, Japan, Mexico, Poland, Bolivia and Brazil, among others have all had their culinary cultures celebrated at

So you’ve spent the summer scrolling through your Facebook homepages, envying those friends of yours who incessantly uploaded full moon party photos and birds-eye shots of street food they’ve purchased in local markets in Hanoi and Bangkok. Well, full moon …