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Entries with Keyword Vegetarian

I hate to say it, but a glass of wine does not count as a fruit, and potatoes are not the only vegetable out there. Hopefully that doesn’t come as breaking news, but here’s what is: the results of the …

It’s that time of year, kids. Temperatures are dropping – and porteños are swaddled in scarves, hats, and fur-lined hooded jackets – and the impending insanity of vacaciones de invierno is upon us. It also means that Argentina is gearing …

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 …

As summer nights in Buenos Aires start to give the word ‘sticky’ a whole new meaning, we’re betting that the beach — or your neighbor’s rooftop pool — is looking more and more attractive by the minute. For those of …

At 27 years old and number 26 on Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants list, Pedro Bargero is one of the fast rising among chefs cooking in South America today. Now head of the kitchen at Chila, a restaurant located in …

I was halfway through a chicken-filled emparedado (a bit larger than an empanada, with a flakier crust) when I began to understand vegetarianism in Buenos Aires. Walking into a Belgrano bakery, I had asked the older woman behind the counter …

I was halfway through a chicken-filled emparedado (a bit larger than an empanada, with a flakier crust) when I began to understand vegetarianism in Buenos Aires. Walking into a Belgrano bakery, I had asked the older woman behind the counter …