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Creative Roots & The Diary
2017-09-17 12:31
As I’ve started to put more thought into lunches for the Roving Ravenous Horde, I thought it would be interesting to add in an element of something else cultural to each lunch, as… Read More
Potatoes In Middle Earth
2017-09-13 12:26
For purposes of this post, I’m referring to Ecuador when I titled this post with Middle Earth in it. But it interestingly led to a whole slew of websites on the subject of spuds i… Read More
2017 Menu #31
2017-09-12 14:39
September 6-9 – 2017 – 6-9 de Septiembre Seasonal Vegetables “a la Tahitienne” – Tian of fresh seasonal vegetables – broad beans, avocado, charred bell… Read More
La Isla Bella
2017-09-10 14:32
I just couldn’t decide what and where to plan for the Roving Ravenous Horde’s fourth outing. Thanks to my friend David up in Boston (of dumpling diving adventure fame) who sugge… Read More
The Locro Line-Up: Choclo Desgranado
2017-09-07 14:04
Continuing my little investigations into various locro recipes, this time, a corn based locro from north central Argentina. Okay, what do we have here. A bowl of grated corn (choclo de… Read More
Bite Marks #46
2017-09-06 12:37
Let’s start off with our local craft beer spot craze…. Pibä, Av. Cerviño 3833, Palermo – A new outlet of a spot that’s existed in another part of Palerm… Read More
2017 Menu #30
2017-09-05 19:26
August 23-September 2 – 2017 – 23 Agosto-2 Septiembre These are tamarillos that I found out in the Liniers markets. Also known as tree tomatoes. They’re acidic, sweet, an… Read More
Chop Suey #16
2017-09-04 12:01
Why shouldn’t Chinatown get into the whole craft beer craze? Wok N’ Beer, Juramento 1634, Barrio Chino (Belgrano) – Who doesn’t know that good beer goes with Chines… Read More
Guardian Shellfish
2017-09-02 18:32
The dish is believed to be named after Ding Baozhen (1820–1886), a late Qing Dynasty official and governor of Sichuan Province. His title was Gongbao, literally: “Palace Guardian… Read More

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