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Street Food

In my opinion, you cant get any better food than from off the street. In Buenos Aires, the street food is possibly the best. Now, don't get nervous. I'm not talking about someone's leftovers hanging out in the drainage ditch. Instead, I am referring to the multitude of street vendors who sell everything from gum to torta (cake). Places such as Puerto Madero and San Telmo perhaps boast the most amount of street food available. During the San Telmo fair on Sunday's you can purchase a variety of sweets including baked peanuts and cakes. In Puerto Madero, rows of vendors sell Choripan, the famous Argentine snack. Not only is Choripan ( a cut of thick sausage on bread topped with tasty sauces) delicious, but it is also traditional. Argentines love Choripan because it is part of their BBQ tradition known as Parilla. Make sure you try a taste of street foods!

Posted by Ramiro D 06:20

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