korean food!

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For years we’ve been talking about going out to Flores (a slightly-off-the-beaten-track barrio of Buenos Aires) and searching for Korean food. Apparently there’s been a Korean community in Flores for decades, but it isn’t a touristy destination like Chinatown; it’s … Continued

cooking class

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for my birthday present, Mike gave me a vietnamese cooking class! it was fun and delicious!! we made sweet potato fritters, spicy sweet dipping sauce, pho (that’s the delicious beef noodle soup), and coconut sticky rice. YUM. I will definitely … Continued

holy moly! whoopie pies!

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I grew up on whoopie pies and they’re one of the top snacks I look forward to eating when I go back to Maine for a visit. (along with lobster rolls and Italians!) I was surprised to find that nobody … Continued

sauces of Buenos Aires

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Aderezos I thought i would be writing more in this blog about design and art and projects and creativity, but it turns out I am too obsessed with food. Hopefully I’ll make more entries about visual things in the near … Continued

Tom Yum or Cahn Chua Ca (sort of)

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tasty soupOriginally uploaded by elizajanecurtis I’ve fallen in love with the tiny Chinatown of Buenos Aires, which is about 3 blocks in Belgrano next to the train station, on Arribeños and Mendoza. Most stores in Buenos Aires have a limited … Continued

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