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For all of us who have been at an Argentine asado, it’s become pretty clear that the locals not only love their meat but they know a lot about it as well. It’s not just some irrational passion either, they’re …

Despite rampant inflation and prices for pretty much everything that are through the roof, it’s estimated that the average Argentine still consumes close to 50 kg of meat per year, guaranteeing the country’s place among the five largest consumers

It’s kind of frustrating to write a list that I know beforehand will make people angry. After all, the best steakhouse is the one in my barrio, right? But take it all with a grain of salt (pun definitely intended) …

The streets of Mataderos, a neighborhood located in the west of Buenos Aires City, are quite unlike anything I’ve seen before. There are avenues lined solely with butcher’s shops, or something closer to meat preparation zones, where the walls are …

If you’ve always been a bit too timid to order your asado with achuras, but are theoretically interested in the idea, read on. Vegetarians, avert your eyes.

Achuras are the offal and “funky bits” offered alongside your favorite cuts of …

The Greater Buenos Aires Area meat sector has decided to go on strike again and stick it where it really hurts this time: in our hearts.

Starting at midnight tonight, Argentina’s love affair with meat may have to go on …

Anthony Bourdain saved the best for last on the season finale of the travel and food show Parts Unknown, which will feature the City of Buenos Aires and an hour of “travel porn” and “meat porn” (he said it, …

With the ever-rising cost of living in Argentina, even the most basic of amenities are being affected now.

Ámbito compared the supermarket prices of milk, bread and other grain-based products such as dried noodles and spaghettis in Argentina, Chile, Brazil …

The day has finally come: Argentines have been instructed by one of their own to cut back on their meat consumption. But it’s not because of a shortage or health concerns. The government is wagging its finger at supermarkets …

The day has finally come: Argentines have been instructed by one of their own to cut back on their meat consumption. But it’s not because of a shortage or health concerns. The government is wagging its finger at supermarkets …