Features - South America
fine food - Chef Dean Fearing
Dean Fearing is chef and partner at Fearing’s Restaurant at The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas. Current menu highlights include his flavourful Tortilla Soup, which you can recreate at home using his recipe.
What’s in my travel bag - Paula Ferber
Fashion designer and Brazilian native Paula Ferber started her relationship with the fashion world when she was working as a model in Brazil, Greece, and Japan.
Articles - South America
Buenos Aires street chic
Tegui is one of Buenos Aires’ cult restaurants, with a minimalist menu that is always evolving.
three great places - Buenos Aires
Like any modern metropolis, cuisines derived from immigrant cultures are alive and kicking in Buenos Aires. Dive into kitsch, Italian-style pizza or Peruvian fusion, not forgetting delectable dry-aged steaks thrown in for good measure.
24 hours in Buenos Aires
Europe has certainly left her mark on Buenos Aires, a city founded by immigrants two centuries ago.
Rua Aspicuelta, São Paulo
The inspiring painter living and working in São Paulo, Suzanna Schlemm takes us along Rua Aspicuelta in the renowned bohemian area of Vila Madalena.
maître d’ - Mani, São Paulo
Chef Helena Rizzo’s vegetable-focused cooking is the new gastronomic vision from São Paulo.
three great places - São Paulo
The joke in Rio is that restaurants replace beaches for entertainment in São Paulo. It’s true. Brazil’s gastronomical capital keeps restaurateurs competitive, resulting in culinary experiences to be savoured.
Buenos Aires architecture
Buenos Aires has been built by dozens of migrant nationalities, including the Italians and the English. Bringing architectural styles that are alien to the rest of the continent, their techniques have left a unique stamp on this Latin American capital.