EL BLOG – tagged "Argentine Culture" – Wooden Table Baking Co.

Some Fruits Are Better Worn

by Leslie Henslee on

SOME FRUITS ARE BETTER WORN Juaga is a yellowy-orange tropical fruit with a thick rind that ranges in size from orange to melon. Prevalent in the Amazon, it...

Happy Día del Amigo!

by Leslie Henslee on

HAPPY DIA DEL AMIGO Día del Amigo is this Saturday - time to celebrate our friends and friend families. What's International Friends Day? A day when we gather...

In Between Pugliese and D'Arienzo

by Leslie Henslee on

Now for our musical interlude. Pugliese, Gardel and D'Arienzo were all born in December - making it the tango-iest month of the year. If you visit almost any...

Sharing Yerba Mate

by Leslie Henslee on

Throughout Argentina, friends and family sit down for a yerba mate sharing circle - often at least once a day. It is a time to relax and enjoy...

How to Drink Yerba Mate

by Leslie Henslee on

If you're not Argentinian, you may not be familiar with all the ins and outs of mate drinking. We've prepared some tips for you, so you can slurp...

Quino's Bday

by Leslie Henslee on

July 17th is Joaquín Salvador Lavado's (or Quino's) birthday. We celebrated by making Mafalda stickers. But who is Mafalda you ask? Mafalda is the savvy 6 year old...

No Soy

by Andreas Ozzuna on

YO NO SOY If you've ever wondered why Andres refuses to carry soy drinks at the cafe, here's a glimpse - Rio Nuevo. Argentina is contending with the...

Introducing Conitos - You're Welcome!

by Alan Ozzuna on

We are proud to introduce our new line of conitos - little cones. If you don’t know them already, we are sorry for the possible addiction to ensue....