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The SodaStream's Glass Ancestor Lives On In Argentina

Old-school siphon seltzer bottles are everywhere!
Feb 28, 2014 12:00 pm

On a recent trip to Argentina, I noticed an abundance of beautiful blue and green-tinted vintage seltzer bottles in markets, on restaurant tables and at people's homes. They're everywhere you look in Buenos Aires, and as I found out, are an artful reminder Argentina's love affair with carbonated water.

10 Places To Eat And Drink In Buenos Aires, Argentina Right Now

There's more than just beef and Malbec going down
Feb 7, 2014 10:00 am

Buenos Aires is a charming city of vast boulevards and winding alleys. But what about the food? Argentina is renowned for its grass-fed cattle and superior wine regions, but there’s much more to eat and drink in this diverse capital these days, as I found out during a recent visit (and yes, it's summer there when it's winter here!). Here are 10 places to eat well in Buenos Aires right now.

Jose Garces Went To South America And All We Got Was This Instagram Takeover

He ate the steak, drank the wine, took phone photos
Jan 27, 2014 2:00 pm

Philadelphia-based chef and restaurateur Jose Garces jetsetted down to Argentina and Uruguay over the weekend, with an ambitious eating and drinking agenda, and access to Food Republic's Instagram account.

South America: The Beer Lover's Guide To Patagonia

The region's wide beer selection deserves props
Dec 18, 2012 4:01 pm

The New York Yankees of South American drinking, the wines of Chile and Argentina have fans all over the world. While their Malbecs and Carmeneres are justifiably renowned, the vast Patagonia region that stretches across both nations also produces some of the world’s most exciting ales and German-style lagers. ¿Por que?

Illustrated Gallery: Grilling Around The World

Take a look at how the world tackles grilled meat
Jun 1, 2012 12:01 pm
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As part of Grilling Month on Food Republic, we asked our go-to illustrator David Navas and his wife, writer Judy Cantor-Navas, to take us on a world tour of grilling.

Graffigna Pinot Grigio Review

An Argentinian take on the cool white wine
Jun 27, 2011 3:31 pm
photo: Jiuck on Flickr

Many bottles pass through the offices of Food Republic for review, and we usually spare you the gory details of our taste tests. We're not wine snobs by any means; we're just looking for something suitable to sip.

Pinot Grigio tends to fall by the wayside here. It's typically drinkable especially when cold but we always seem to be looking for more gusto from...

6 Malbecs under $20

Celebrate World Malbec Day With These Dark Reds
Apr 14, 2011 4:58 pm

It’s official! Argentina's favorite grape has earned its own holiday. World Malbec Day is this weekend (April 17 to be exact), so we’ve assembled a list of Malbecs that are worth trying, but that won't break the bank. 

These reds are all under $20 and offer more interesting sips than bottles twice their price. So what makes a...

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