Wine, empanadas, dulce de leche – no cow yet

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    1. I think it’s even higher I’ve heard it’s 25%. We’re also in an expensive part of the city and have TOURIST written across our foreheads. 🙂

  1. I think it is legal to get your own chicken and have it lay fresh eggs for you. While you are at it, you can grow your own organic vegetables.

  2. Great photos and updates. I am living vicariously through both of you. Looking forward to future posts from Argentina!

  3. LOVE the photos! Thanks for the link, Sheryl. You know you’ve arrived at the perfect destination when wine is cheaper than water…

  4. Sheryl, it seems that Jason and I wouldn’t be too shocked about any prices over there. We pay nearly the same amount in Canada for everything you’re surprised about over there. Great, we’ll move in next week!
    Loving the blog guys! I hope you’re having an awesome time!!

  5. Love the dulce de leche. Enjoy it before you get sick of it. Glad you joined a gym since you will be eating dulce de leche, empanadas, wine and no veggies! Thanks for sharing. Oh, and enjoy the espresso. Jeff is right, it’s not drip.

  6. Hello Sheryl, Im having a blast reading your blog, even if its an old entry, I just wanted to say that if you like dulce de leche, you can easily do it at home, you just have to heat up milk, with a lot of sugar, for about 6 hours (depending on the amount you want to prepare) until it gets the color and taste of dulce de leche which actually means milk sweet or milk jam. If you want I can get you the recepe Kisses!

    1. Thanks so much Greg. I never thought of making it myself. but now that we’re back in Seattle it sounds like a plan. I am going to try to make it today. 6 hours is totally worth it for something so incredibly delicious!

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