Somm-elle-rie

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Congrats Les Fidèles de Bacchus on your first online issue! You can read my contribution about ladies rocking the world of somm-elle-rie in the‪ #‎WorldsBestSommArg‬ contest here https://appsto.re/ca/KPeO-.i (iPad only).

The world’s 50 best restaurants 2016

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An Italian restaurant has been named the best in the world for the first time ever. The three-Michelin-starred Osteria Francescana in the city of Modena, Italy topped the World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2016 list, announced in New York City last night. It’s the first time an Italian establishment has taken the coveted title. Seven out of the […]

A guide to Santiago

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(Suitcase) While a reputation for being Latin America’s most conservative capital isn’t exactly a sexy moniker, Santiago de Chile is often passed over by visitors for hipper cities such as Buenos Aires or São Paulo. Until now. Running parallel to the Andes, a mountain range that stretches the considerable length of the 2,670 mile-long country […]

Inside the kitchen of the Casa Rosada

Dante Liporace at Argentina's Pink House.

(New Worlder) It’s midday on a Monday and a perky salad whizzes past the tiny office Dante Liporace is crammed into on the second floor of the Casa Rosada. “That’s for him,” says the chef personally charged with feeding President Mauricio Macri at Argentina’s presidential palace. The lunchtime rush is on: after prepping the presidential greens, […]

‘Award winning’

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Thrilled and honoured to now rank as an ‘award-winning’ journalist after the Latin American Travel Association in London selected my article about Salta’s Calchaquíes Valley as ‘best’. Many thanks! Here’s that confirmation in black and white, and you can read the piece I wrote for The Explorer here.

The Expat: Diego Jacquet

London-based chef patron Diego Jacquet.

(Buenos Aires Herald) CV Age: 39 Born: Buenos Aires and Chubut Lives: Southfields, London Degree: Degree in hotel management Job: Chef patron at Zoilo in London, Bochinche in Singapore Currently reading: Political History of Argentina Last movie: The Martian Can’t live without: My sorbet machine As The Herald continues its series with Argentine expats who […]