Buenos Aires Food Tour
Food Tour Summary
Arrive to Teresita's Home - Begin With Visit To The Local Bakery
Arrive to Adrogue, a town buried deep in the Argentine culture. We start our journey by walking to a local bakery for a comprehensive lesson of traditional Argentine pastries and breads. See the variety of facturas (pastres in Castellano), and learn the difference between styles of Medialunas (famous Argentine croissants).
Visit to the local Butcher shop
Interested to know why Argentina is world famous for its beef? We also make a short stop at a local butcher's shop to learn the various cuts of meat in Argentine.
Visit to the local outdoor market
We continue walking to the Adrogue outdoor market, a colorful outdoor food market where locals gather to talk and buy what local farmers bring fresh that morning. For a fantastic source of insider's information; Teresita will go over the names of different fruits, vegetables, fish, poultry, meat cuts, and South American spices throughout the fair. Peak into the Argentine culture and watch what goes on at this very traditional market. Stands go for several blocks and the area is closed to traffic.
Empanada Receipe DemonstrationBack to Teresita's Home for a cooking class demonstration of Empanadas Argentinas. Get a taste of what it feels like to prepare one of the traditional dishes of Argentina surrounded by a warm and casual atmosphere at Teresita's kitchen. Although not a complete hands on cooking class, Teresita presents an overview of her empanadas secret recipe while she shows the group how to prepare them. Those who want to get into the action, they are welcome to join in the empanada filling. It will give participants the opportunity to watch step by step what is involved in preparing this dish.
We will be stuffing and baking the empanadas while we move to the next step.
Wine Tasting Lunch
Regroup around the table for a Wine Tasting Lunch were we blend premium Argentine wines, fine regional dishes and culture into an educational and entertaining event. Teresita is committed to your education of Argentinean wines. Whether you're a novice or long-time aficionado, she will deepen your appreciation for wine and food pairing.
South American Flavors Inspired Menu
Patagonian trout marinated in white vinegar over homemade crostinis
Chipa Guazu (corn pie)
Wine served: Colome torrontes de Salta
Tournedo with stuffed round zucchini , crispy fried yuca and Malbec sauce
Wine served: La Flor de Pulenta Malbec de Luján de Cuyo Mendoza
Rice pudding with dulce de leche ice cream
Culinary Tour Details:
Price: USD 130 per person
Price: USD 130 per person