De bacheros a empresarios

(La Nación Revista) Los llaman los dueños de la calle Thames y tienen razón. Germán Sitz y Pedro Peña, le hacen honor al título por ser padres de una familia compuesta de cinco restaurantes amados por los foodies locales y los comensales del exterior. Ellos son los chefs y emprendedores detrás de Niño Gordo, La Carnicería, Chori, Paquito y Juan […]

Soderbergh directs singani to a win

(Drinks International) Steven Soderbergh has dipped into the oceans of spirits and secured his favourite Bolivian drink its own classification. It’s been eight years in the making but singani has finally received its own spirits designation in the US – and Oscar-winning film director Steven Soderbergh couldn’t be more ecstatic. Previously tucked away in the […]

Peru reaches new heights with spirits

(Drinks International) The South American country has been making waves with its cuisine in recent years. and now drinks producers are getting in on the act, says Sorrel Moseley-Williams. Without a doubt, Peru has been South America’s leading gastronomic force for the past 15 years. A slew of establishments and their culinary leaders dominate global […]

Een liefdesaffaire met Colombia

(Saisonnier) Carmen Angel en Rob Pevitts leren elkaar in 2005 kennen tijdens hun studie aanhet Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Institute in San Francisco. Drie jaar later verhuist het stel naar Medellín en, enthousiast om hun culinaire kennis te delen in de tweede grootste stad van Colombia, beginnen ze aan hun eerste project. Carmen Restaurante is […]

Where to Eat in Mérida and Yucatán

(Fine Dining Lovers) Mexicans take food seriously, and given the strong Mayan culinary culture with Spanish and Lebanese influences in the Yucatán, Mérida is an obvious destination to host Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants 2022. Mexico’s traditional cuisine and milpa agriculture was named Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2010, thanks to “its ritual practices, age-old skills, culinary techniques and […]