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Agó Páez: “The first thing my dad taught me was to paint the sun”
She is the daughter of Carlos Páez Vilaró and inherited from him his mysticism and love of art.
Roast of strip: an invention of the city of Campana
Know the origin of the unfailing cut in any Argentinian roast.
¿Cómo se transforma una parrilla en un quincho?
Ya no hay retorno: un día llueve y cambiamos el menú, los planes y los planos.
No is no. But, yes is yes?
The fundamental thing is that we are clear that a child is a child and an adult is an adult.
Notas del lector
El sueño de todo argentino: la casa propia
La casa en la que vivimos es el escenario, nada más y nada menos, que nuestras propias vidas.
Gastronomy as a vehicle for love
Interview with María Teresa, a wonderful person who understands gastronomy as a link between people.
Waiting for the River-Boca
Alduna: a reader of Ser Argentino grateful to River Plate.
Final like this, never again!
There's something that revolves around my brain like Saturn's 62 moons.
You will honor your Father
I love my father: a noble man, raised with the conviction of the pawned word.