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Formica and Fish on Friday

If you’re interested in reading the story about the journey to Marta Corsico’s gas station cafe, please send me an email at layneattaxigourmet.com, and I’ll be happy to share it with you. In the meantime, here’s some information about where to find Marta’s food in Buenos Aires: Where to find ...

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Lazy Lunching at La Vaca Pampa

Two twenty-something men slice into steaks at a sidewalk table, their mugs of beer half empty, their conversation on pause. Inside, a family of four chatters around a bottle of wine and ignores the basket of rolls growing stale beneath cold blasts of conditioned air. At the table next door, ...

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To the Plaza Mayor via Montevideo

“They were going to kill me, so I had to leave,” Fernando said matter-of-factly. “It was during the dictatorship in Uruguay. I decided if they hit me, I was going to hit back, so I got involved in the student movement,” the taxista continued, “I was studying engineering. But I ...

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Simple and Glorious: El Puestito del Tío

If you’re interested in reading the story about the journey with Luis to the this popular sandwich stand in the Bosques de Palermo, please send me an email at layneattaxigourmet.com and I’ll be happy to share it with you. In the meantime, if you’re looking for a fabulous steak sandwich, ...

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