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Entries with Keyword food

Now, I’m no yanqui but I have to say that if there’s one thing I miss from home it’s marmite peanut butter. It is pasty sometimes gritty, salty and you want to choke if you take too big a spoonful, …

Maybe a more accurate description would be to say that the food scene in Buenos Aires continues to change. On the surface, 2015 seemed like a year full of emerging trends and new ideas, but many of the most interesting …

Visiting the same restaurant every day of the week wasn’t always a sign of good times. Back in the day, I was a frequent patron of Ugi’s (shudders); it was cheap, and I was sleeping on a mattress no thicker …

“come on over, relax, eat great food and the rest will come.”

Tim and Justin, proud founders of Chicken Bros are both big fans of American food. “Being here is wonderful and there is a lot of great food but

Thanksgiving be damned. Cancel all your Thursday plans! It is Artisanal Ice-Cream Week in Buenos Aires and as of 2PM today, a gigantic ice-cream parlour at the Obelisk will be selling traditional ice-cream, made right there and then by the …

French cuisine… We love love it. That much is clear, but how much do we really know about it? Can we really name any additional staples beyond croissants and crêpes? Lucullus – French Gastronomic Association – wants to help us

If this year’s summer is nothing like its spring, then it is well on it’s way — and, as these things go, more and more people are putting down the medialunas in preparation. However, according to a survey conducted in …

If for the past two months you haven’t spent one of your Monday nights getting your hands dirty with garlic butter parmesan tenders, wasabi fries, cheesy buffalo chicken volcanoes or sesame soy ginger wings at Magdalena’s Party in Palermo, then …

I’m trying to stay on my feet as the bus flies down the Panamericana passing what feels like an endless stream of mega shopping centers and strip malls. The clock is ticking uncomfortably close to my reservation time, and I …

I’m trying to stay on my feet as the bus flies down the Panamericana passing what feels like an endless stream of mega shopping centers and strip malls. The clock is ticking uncomfortably close to my reservation time, and I …