On behalf of Sounds and Colours, I went on a mission to discover Latin American food in London, and the... View Article
Yerba mate is the Southern Cone take on that ubiquitous drink/food/dance you are told you must try when you visit any... View Article
In the first of a new series of restaurant reviews, Barnaby Simons visits Cabana in Central St Giles Piazza, which... View Article
Last month we took a look at cachaça, the spirit of choice for Brazilians, and people visiting Brazil. Now, we’re... View Article
Latin America and the Caribbean are major producers of sugar cane and it’s rather more interesting by-products - aguardiente de caña (known as cachaça in Brazil) and rum. Brazil is the producer of aguardiente de caña par excellence – any visitor to the North East of the country cannot fail but notice the vast swaying sea of sugar cane.
It is 7 am. I have just arrived in Canelos, a remote Kithwa community of the Pastaza Province, the oldest... View Article
In the streets, in the bus, on the beach, at the office, at home… Wherever you go, you will see... View Article
When grapes came to the New World in the 16th century, first to the Parras, Coahuila, Mexico and later to... View Article