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When we arrived in Buenos Aires for our six month stay, it was spring. I will never forget how wonderful our terrace smelled from the fragrant orange blossoms, how clean and fresh everything was, and how everything seemed new, exciting, and inspiring. I found inspiration in every brass knocker of every old doorway, window displays, … Continue reading
The flea market in Palermo.
Pizza, egg rolls, pot pie, beef wellington, calzones, pot stickers… there are a million tasty ways to wrap savory fillings in a pastry to create a delicious meal. Each culture has their take on this style of cooking, but none excites me as much as the empanada. Basically just a filling of meat/cheese/veggies that is … Continue reading
What does one eat for their first dinner in Argentina? Parrilla, of course. On our first night as residents of Buenos Aires, my husband took me to La Cabrera, a typical high-end Argentine eatery that he calls “an institution” in Palermo. A “parrilla” is a grill on which Argentines have asados (barbecues). In Argentina, “parrilla” … Continue reading
We are living in Palermo, a trendy area of Buenos Aires known for its beautiful architecture, fabulous fashion boutiques, and overpriced cafes. I am in love. We spent our first day touring the city, and I took about 300 pictures… about 250 were of the graffiti and the murals. Palermo seems to be an eclectic … Continue reading