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The River Plate Tour, El Monumental
There are two main football clubs in Buenos Aires. Boca Juniors and River Plate. Having already survived a walk around San Telmo to tick off a bucket list visit to La Bombonera, we headed to the north of the city to have a look at El Monumental,...
The Boca Juniors Tour, La Bombonera
Boca Juniors. One of the most famous football teams in the world. Thanks in large part to one man. Diego Maradona. In 1986 Maradona almost single handedly brought Argentina through to win The World Cup in Mexico, he has been a hero in these parts ever since....
Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires
One of the world’s top 10 opera houses is right here in Buenos Aires. With the city often being referred to as ‘The Paris of the West’ a building as grand as this doesn’t look out of place. The Teatro Colon is most definitely a striking sight.
Home Cured Chorizo with Scallops
The kind folks at Spicely Does It have sent me a real artisan’s treat. A sausage making machine complete with the basis to bang out my own chorizo sausages - how exciting! The kit, first of all, is superb. A compact machine capable of grinding a coarse mince with...
Healthy Chocolate Fondant
Surely you can’t make a rich, chocolatey dessert with an oozing centre healthy? Well, you can. This diet and fitness state of mind is starting to alter my thinking in a positive way when it comes to sugary treats. Do you need a ton of sugar in a dessert...
Sous Vide Pork Cheeks
Cheeks?! From a pig?! Yep, these are actually on sale now in british supermarkets. Not only that, they are insanely good value. This cheap cut of pig gob set me back only £1.24 for four pieces, outstanding value. So what on earth do you do with these? Well the...
Gateau Basque
If you look back through any books relating to classic French cuisine you will more than likely have come across the famous Gateau Basque. A ‘cake’ originating from the southern region of France in the Pays Basque close to the Spanish border. One man who has had this cake...