Inhabitants of South American countries have been cultivating yerba mate for hundreds of years.
Combining both a bohemian ambiance and typical dishes, street food effortlessly denotes the South American way of life.
It’s like matcha, but it’s not matcha.
If you are keeping up with my trip, you will know that I just came from Mendoza, home of Malbec. Now I am in the land of steak and red meat: Buenos Aires.
There are simply two very important words in Buenos Aires: puertas cerradas.
It’s hard flipping through any food magazine in Argentina and not come across the much buzzed about name: i Latina.
Here’s a genius foodie guide to Buenos Aires.
I was delighted to stumble upon a rare organic and natural market in Bosques de Palermo.
Time seems to slow down, and patrons are encouraged to linger and chat as part of the café culture.