Color is the only way to describe food in Argentina. Color, and meat. Lots and lots of meat. Buenos Aires is known for its deep dish pizzas, empanadas, dulce de leche and choripan. Jordan and I easily ate our way through San Telmo.
In Cordoba we enjoyed more outdoor eats and local brew. The hot dog with chips on it (super pancho) was a bus station specialty.
We were spoiled with classic Argentinian barbecue while working on the Finca Penultima. One night Jordan and I ate at the neighbors restaurant. The wine bottles in the wall were donated by our hosts.
In Mendoza we enjoyed a family style parilla and wine at the hostel before enjoying a diy bike and wine tour. Arentina also has tea sandwiches they call miga.
Salta is in the far northern region of Argentina. The food is more traditional and spicy in the North. Tamales are also everywhere! We ate some with llama in them in Jujuy.