A Taste of Argentina

  I won't be able to attend this awesome event, hosted by the Argentinean Consulate General and the Casa Argentina de Colorado at the elegant Denver Athletic Club–but I hope you'll be there! The event is FREE, and will have a selection of fabulous Argentinean wines to try, as well as empanadas from Maria Empanada.  […]

Empanadas de Vigilia–Camaron Y Espinaca–Lenten Empanadas–Shrimp and Spinach

  Empanadas de Vigilia are popular in Argentina around Easter–the time when those who observe Lent 'keep vigil' and abstain from the things they enjoy eating and drinking  the rest of the year.  Believers omit these things as a sacrifice, a nod to Christ's sacrifice of his life by crucifixion for our mortal sins–albiet a […]

Buñuelos de Manzana –Apple Fritters

  My appetite for books is as voracious as the one I have for food–there's nothing I love more than getting into a really good book.  My favorite stories are rich in sensory details–they bring me in with the sights, smells and tastes of the story. Monica, friend and Uruguayan transplant, recommended The Invisible Mountain, by […]

Turrón de Avena–Chocolate Oatmeal Wafer Bars

   As I've mentioned in previous posts, one of the best things about this blog is the emails I get from readers requesting recipes–I hope that From Argentina With Love is a reference point for those folks who have married into it (as I have), who have traveled to Argentina and fallen in love with it, […]

Empanadas de Zapallo y Queso de Cabra–Butternut Squash and Goat Cheese Empanadas

  For the last week or so, like most Americans, I've been talking turkey. (gobble, gobble) It's because of Thanksgiving, of course!  Whether you like to cook or just like to eat, food is at the center of the day.  It's either a day one looks forward to (those who are eating) or dreads (those who […]