• Locro Argentine Soup Argentina

    Quick and Easy Argentine Locro Recipe

    Chances are, if you have visited Argentina, you've tasted the dish known as Locro. But what exactly is it? Well, it's a hot and hearty white corn based soup that Argentines celebrate as a national dish. It's delicious and perfect for cold weather as the temperatures start to drop. The soup is also unique because it carries on the legacy of ancient Incan dining concepts, which is interesting considering the fact that much of Argentine cuisine Read more
  • Destinations in Argentina for Families Buenos Aires

    Family Activities in Buenos Aires (That You Can Do at Home!)

    With the busy lives we all lead, and the obligations of work, home, and kid's activities, there really is nothing like the build of excitement around knowing your vacation date fast approaches. We're sure you're already thinking about some fun family activities in Buenos Aires, but if you just can't wait for your Argentina adventure to begin, we've thought up some activities you can do at home before your trip even starts! Buenos Aires is Read more
  • Rojas Argentina food that's Gluten-free in Buenos Aires Buenos Aires

    Argentina Food: Gluten-Free in Buenos Aires, Part 2

    It’s the unmistakable smell of beef empanadas baking that floats through from your neighbor’s window, or your suegra’s (mother-in-law's) mouthwatering milanesas that you find yourself day-dreaming about weeks later. Or, perhaps, it’s the golden, flaky facturas served alongside warm mate on a peaceful afternoon. Whatever the craving may be, any native or tourist in Argentina will agree that carbohydrates historically play an indisputable Read more
  • FREDDO Buenos Aires Ice Cream Shop Buenos Aires

    Best Buenos Aires Ice Cream Shops

    Rain or shine, hot or cold, Argentines proudly celebrate their fondness for ice cream year-round, regardless of the weather. Some argue that the exquisite ice cream in Buenos Aires can be accredited to the the happy-go-lucky, grass-fed cows that freely roam the pampas just outside the Buenos Aires metropolitan area. Others, however, attribute the reputation that Buenos Aires ice cream has accumulated to the indisputable Italian heritage that Read more
  • Casa Munay Gluten-Free in Buenos Aires Buenos Aires

    Argentina Food : Gluten-Free in Buenos Aires, Part 1

    If you are planning to travel to Argentina you may be wondering if you'll really be able to eat gluten-free in Buenos Aires. Fortunately, it’s clear that steak-houses and Italian restaurants are no longer the only Argentina food options for restaurant-goers in modern-day Buenos Aires. Gone are the days when celiacs and gluten-free enthusiasts turned down invitations to carb-heavy pasta dinners to instead devour spoonfuls of quinoa in their Read more
  • Argentina Recipes: Chimichurri Sauce Argentina

    Argentina Recipes: Chimichurri Sauce

    Argentines are big, and I mean big, fans of asados. Asados are basically barbecues on steroids; lots of people, lots of meat and probably lots to drink! This is an all-day event, where you can't just pop in for an hour or two. You will arrive early and leave late, with your stomach bursting with happiness (and meat). [caption id="attachment_1910" align="aligncenter" width="657"] The Asador Preparing the Parilla[/caption] And while Read more
  • Travel to Patagonia: Must-Try Foods Patagonia

    Travel to Patagonia: Must-Try Argentina Foods

    When we think of Patagonia, we imagine rugged landscapes, icy glaciers, wild animals and views to die for. Now, imagine Patagonia without its scenery. Did anything else come to mind? Argentina is known for some great foods, one of their top dishes internationally being a great steak with a professionally aged glass of Malbec. But every region of Argentina brings something new to the table, literally. While the North is known for hearty meals Read more
  • Argentina Recipes: Submarino Argentina

    Argentina Recipes: Submarino

    The end of April to most countries means spring and, even better, the approach of summer. The warm weather is coming to town and people are reaching for sunblock instead of scarves. In Argentina, however, the end of April is brisk autumn, inching towards the winter months. This is the time of year when hot drinks come out (except mate, which never goes away!), and we have one for you today. So when your April showers hit, reach for this Read more
  • Argentina Products Outside of Argentina Argentina

    Argentina Products Outside of Argentina

    When you think of Argentina, you probably think of many traditional and uniquely Argentine foods and products, such as the classic mate, or delicious treats like dulce de leche, asado with chimichurri, medialunas, and many others. Finding classic Argentina products like these outside of the country can sometimes be a challenge, but we’ve got some tips and very close substitutes of authentic Argentina products.  Next time you have a craving Read more
  • Argentina Holidays: Celebrating Easter Holidays Argentina

    Argentina Holidays: Celebrating Easter Holidays

    Although Argentina guarantees religious freedom in its same constitution, it also recognizes supremacy of Catholicism, as over 77% of the citizens consider themselves part of this church. That’s why when Easter Holidays arrive and with them, the celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, it’s the ideal occasion for Argentinians to embrace their faith and share their beliefs with each other. Although, we all know that Read more
  • Argentina Recipes: Cheesy Broccoli Tarta Argentina

    Argentina Recipes: Cheesy Broccoli Tarta

    If you've visited Argentina, you'll know that the food is unique and utterly delicious. Each city has their own style of food: Salta and Iguazu are known for heartier meals from indigenous backgrounds, Patagonia for its fruits, lamb and chocolate, Mendoza for its wine and Buenos Aires for its Italian influenced pizzas and pastas. And, of course, the whole country is home to amazing beef. The time has come that you've all been waiting for: Read more