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Man, time flies when you’re eating and drinking too much. Which is why you might be surprised to hear that the 10th anniversary edition of Feria Masticar – organized by culinary group A.C.E.L.G.A. – will be taking place in …

I flat-out refuse to accept the validity of reports that millennials are drinking less wine than ever. (I also loathe the overuse of the term “millennial” with the fire of a thousand suns, but let’s save that for another time). …

Don’t let this morning’s drizzle dampen your spirits—we’re almost to the finde largo goodness of Semana Santa, and the slog to the weekend will soon be worth it. It’s a perfect day to snuggle up and watch a movie at …

It’s that time of the year again. Temperatures are starting to rise, trees are beginning to show the first signs of blossom (and pollen), and the pharmaceutical market is about to make a killing as anti-allergy tablets fly off …

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 …

Five years ago, if someone announced that they were vegan in Buenos Aires I have a sneaky suspicion that stones would have been thrown at them. Pitchforks would have appeared, and the angry mob would have descended. Half-a-decade later and …

This Friday, the 25th of May, marks the first of two national holidays that celebrate Argentina’s independence. For those of you who have studied history, you’ll know it was a slow, but steady process that started with the May Revolution …

After an extremely volatile week in Argentina economically, politically, and socially, the weekend is here once again to offer us a brief, and much needed, respite. While the forecast does still appear to be cloudy (in every sense of the …

Being healthy can be hard, especially when you like to go out with friends and have a social life. But, now more than ever, being healthy is the new norm and there are healthy options just about everywhere you go.…

Quick geography lesson. You know Mendoza? Officially, it’s a desert. But, thanks to the fact that the region receives an abundance of water from Andes snowmelt, canny agronomists grow vines – and grow them spectacularly well – in this barren …