To make the drink, Patricia starts by melting 100 percent dark chocolate in a well-loved metal pot over the fire with “just a little water, not too much,” and the juice from one lime. When the chocolate is melted, she adds in garlic, rosemary, mint, hierbabuena, and a generous amount of sugar.
My parents like to reminisce about how much gas prices have changed since their childhood. In Argentina, we talk with the same sense of nostalgia about grocery prices from six months ago.
Reading Anita’s diary is like reading a romance novel. In 1889, she fended off two over enthusiastic suitors, turned 27, and unexpectedly found her soulmate. Oh, and she traveled on a boat from her childhood home of Valparaíso, Chile to New York City to start a new, independent life in the US.
I thought I was bold for moving more than 6,000 miles south to Buenos Aires, Argentina, following my college graduation and starting a new life in an enormous city in South America. I felt a little less hard core, though, when through some weird coincidences and strategic Googling, I discovered that my great-great-grandmother had done just the same — in reverse — 127 years earlier.
Topical and oral mainstream medications are overwhelmingly favored for acne treatment, but they don’t address the root of the problem.
When I decided to take a gap year after college, everyone had an opinion.
In the middle of the tango capital of the world, a different rhythm proliferates the dance floor at 961 Yatay, in Almagro.
For a country that values strong gastronomic traditions, and a population that is beginning to wake up to the magic of innovation in food culture, Ostara Bistró brings both together. From the complimentary campari-orange made with fresh squeezed orange juice on arrival, it is clear Ostara is on to something...