Published On: Sat, Nov 21st, 2009

Locro de Mondongo: Argentine Soul Food

In my quest to discover new and exciting cultural things to share with you all, I learned that in Argentina that Sofrito is actually called Quiquirimichi…and then I started reading the blog…and I started getting hungry…so I am not gonna write anything else…I will just share the article.

In the meantime , if you know any good Argentine restaurants you can suggest…let me know in the comments section.

PS…If I were Argentino, this site would be called "Quiquirimichi for Your Soul"

Buen Provecho…

As I am,

George Torres

The Urban Jibaro

Locro de Mondongo: Argentine Soul Food

La Cupertina, at the corner of Cabrera and Godoy Cruz in the
charming Buenos Aires neighborhood of Palermo Viejo, is reputed to have
the best traditional Tucuman empanadas in the city. And, certainly,
they are rather good. So tasty, in fact, that we bought a dozen for
carry-out the day we left Argentina and nursed them carefully all the
way back to our freezer in Brooklyn to enjoy nostalgically a month or
so ago.

Read the rest of this post:

We Are Never Full » Blog Archive » Locro de Mondongo: Argentine Soul Food

Locro de Mondongo: Argentine Soul Food