After four years in Buenos Aires, Brit James Eccleston is set for pastures new as his photography project ¿Qué te hizo feliz? (What Made You Happy?) takes him around Latin America.
Ditching five years of a chemical engineering degree in Bogotá much to her parents’ chagrin, Andrea Muñoz’s life has taken a new turn in Buenos Aires as she delves into the world of gastronomy and sommellerie.
What to eat at Masticar 2014: introducing the food trucks, the top chefs, plus miscellaneous hits and misses.
You can legitimately sip it for breakfast by turning it into a Buck’s Fizz with fresh orange juice… a brief history of 40 sparkling wine harvests in Argentina at Chandon.
Brittany native Mickael Rouxel works as a waiter at a closed-door restaurant as it gives him sufficient time to undertake Muay Thai training – and he’s even represented Argentina.
Since time began (kind of), Man has counted on a holy trinity for survival: wine, bread – and olive oil.
One of the more interesting collaborations to appear of late in Buenos Aires is most supportive of the closed-door dining scene – and it’s a big brand backing the little guy at the Cocina In House dinners.
From studying for a second degree to modelling and getting married, Venezuelan Daniel Negron Stapel’s life is fulfilled: he says he’s like a fish in water living in Buenos Aires.
You’ll need a sense of adventure on Argentina’s unexplored wine route in Tucumán and Catamarca to combine paragliding or horse-riding with tastings.
While it might seem unconventional to tuck into furry critters better known as domesticated pets in the West, guinea pig has been a staple in Peru’s Andean diet for around 5,000 years.