Just in time for the 29th–a video with a gnocchi recipe so simple, even a five-year-old can make it! I recently shot a series of technique videos, and in this one, my son Esteban teaches ME how to make Ñoquis del 29. We had a blast shooting this one–I hope you enjoy!
My recipe for Zapallo en Almíbar is evolving! I think that’s how it starts with all family recipes that get passed down. Everyone makes their adaptations until it tastes just right for them, and then they write it in a tattered notebook where their prized family recipes are held. (Does your family have one of […]
When I started this blog years ago, the foods of Argentina were foreign to me–I blindly tested a recipe, often without much of an idea of what the end result was supposed to taste like. After all, I was making the dishes in an attempt to replicate the flavors coming from my suegra's kitchen to […]
As the old adage goes, "patience is a virtue". Why is a patient person more virtuous than the average person? Because no one has any patience, or at least patience is something that has to be cultivated, not a natural-born trait. So often, part of our human nature leaves us with a nagging question in the back […]
Aren't these emapnadas just mouth-watering? They came from a pizzeria in Buenos Aires on our last trip there, and we ate them in one sitting, while admiring the 'repulgue' code indicating what different fillings awaited us inside. Pretty clever if you ask me. No mysteries, just different seals, along with a small flyer of hand-drawn […]