Known for its vibrant energy and cosmopolitan culture, Buenos Aires is a melting pot of European sensibility and Latin vigor.
This cheesecake featuring the quince paste from your Argentina box is much easier to make than traditional cheesecake, but just as delicious.
If there’s one thing every visitor wants to experience most during their visit, it’s an authentic Argentinian asado.
Read on for ideas about how to use this sweet fruit preserve, made with ingredients from Argentina’s beautiful grasslands.
Discover the best ways to incorporate quince paste into your cooking.
A staple food at soccer games and asados, choripan is one of the most popular Argentinian street foods.
This traditional, vegetable dish is a perfect side for barbecued steak.
Dulce de leche is a treat for anyone with a serious sweet tooth. Here’s some inspiration for enjoying your jar of Magdalena dulce de leche.
Alongside the potent Fernet con Coca cocktail, mate is the most recognizably Argentinian tradition—and the truest test of friendship.
This shortbread-like bar is native to Argentina and Uruguay. Serve it for dessert or indulge in a sweet snack in the afternoon.