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The name is a mouthful, but this collaboration between Cerveza Mur and Juguetes Perdidos is also a mouthful but in a good way. There is so much happening ingredients-wise you would expect this to...

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I stopped by my neighborhood craft beer store a few weeks back and talked with the owner a little on one of my walks with my 4-month-old puppy. He suggested I try this new beer by 7 Puentes....

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As a tourist, you have more restaurants available to you than you can visit during your stay. You will have the parrillas (grills) that you need to visit, your empanada place; your ice cream place;...

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When I started my cookie company back in 2002, it was at the beginning of a massive financial collapse for Argentina. The whole country was in crisis.

Speed forward to 2020, and this time around,...

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I loved this latest Imperial Oatmeal Stout by Strange Brewing! This stout was made with toasted coconut, vanilla beans, and oatmeal. I found this beer very well balanced and easy to drink for a 10%...

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Italy figures heavily in Argentina's history. There are many instances of things that can be traced back to Italy. One of those is Argentina's unofficial national cocktail, a Fernando or...

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One of the many things locals are passionate about is their dulce de leche: a creamy, brownish, sweet concoction made of reduced milk and sugar.

They use this on toast in the morning; on wafers in...

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While we still had our previous company, Sugar and Spice (we sold it in 2015), I had an idea in my head of starting a food tour. Whenever I went on vacation, I would always try to take one...

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