Skip to main content

Entries with Keyword food

Peru is really having a *moment* as of late. After another successful run as the país invitado at the 10th edition of Feria Masticar, another special celebration kicks off today and runs through next week. Peru Week brings together …

Can we take a break from politics for like, one minute, maybe? As Argentina tries to assimilate the shocking results of yesterday’s PASO primaries – in which Alberto Fernández earned more than 47 percent of the vote, crushing Macri’s hopes …

Día del Amigo is finally almost upon us and you all know what that means. It’s time to ditch your significant other (yes, even you “my boyfriend is my best friend” people – gross, by the way), parents, children, and …

How’s it going out there? Without any major feriados to speak of for a few more weeks (how unfair!), it’s understandable if it seems like the weekend is taking longer to arrive than that bursting-at-the-seams bondi 20 minutes after you …

Batman and Robin, Thelma and Louise, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid… Sure, all of those are solid, historically ideal partnerships. But we all know which one is the granddaddy of them all: Dinner and a movie. That’s right, ever …

Can you believe it’s already the weekend? After last Saturday’s holiday and Wednesday’s massive transit strikes, it’s normal if the rhythm of this week seems a little off. And for those of us from the United States, the schedule gets …

It took nearly two hours driving from Córdoba’s capital city and through its winding hills to reach La Cumbre, the charming pueblito that hosted the first annual La Cumbre Gastronómica food festival. Gastronómicos from across Argentina gathered in this remote

Last week was not the best for good news in Argentina. On Thursday, congressman Hector Olivares and national official Miguel Yadón were gunned down outside of Congress under circumstances that still remain unclear. Yadón died before reaching the hospital and …

Close your eyes for a second. Take a deep breath, inhaling the crisp fall air. Listen to the crunch of yellow leaves as they blow across the sidewalk, feel the dappled sunlight on your face as the breeze blows lightly …

As the food scene (ugh, I hate that string of words, don’t you?) in Buenos Aires continues to change, evolve, and improve, the local events calendar is brimming with different gastro-happenings, no matter the season, the reason, or the theme. …