Moveable Feasts is a weekly agenda in which our food writer Tamx Rivas gives us the low-down on this week’s food fairs, workshops, and pop-ups in Buenos Aires.
May is going by fast and everyone on the street has a nasty cold (including me). Still, there are a lot of foodie options this week, from natural food workshops to a candy fest. So leave that snuggie on the bed, put on a jacket and get munching!
Did you know? After the Industrial Revolution, bread production became automatized; bread itself lost its nutritional value and became harder to digest. Luckily, there are still people making the original with just water, flour, salt, sourdough and patience. This workshop takes us way back and teaches us how to get the good stuff. The cost is $500 per person and you can get your place by emailing email@example.com or calling 1131664250.
18:00 – 21:00 hrs. | Somos Raíz | Bolívar 1802 | Constitución
Expo Candy Bar
Are you a fan of pastries and candy in general? This is the event for you! Thousands of bakers will gather this weekend (from Friday to Sunday) to show their products and give talks about pastries. If you have a sweet tooth, I completely recommend you to get down there and have your sweet fantasies come to life. Get your ticket with a discount here Entradas Expo Candy Bar. Thank me later!
13:00 – 20:00 hrs. | Expo Candy Bar | Sarmiento 1867 | Congreso
Gluten Free Workshop
Have you ever wondered why everyone just wants to “quit flour” or chooses to change their diet to a gluten free diet? Have you ever been curious about celiac disease? This workshop will teach you everything, from what is flour to why it can’t be consumed by celiac people. It will also bring some new options (sweet and savory) into your diet! Rice bread, Ferrero Rocher-like treats and pizza are just a few of the recipes they will be teaching in their workshop. The cost is $900 ($1100 with card) per person. Reserve your spot by paying $300 in advance — call/message 1162344038 for more info.
18:00 – 20:00 hrs. | YUCA | Directorio 1984 | Flores
After six years of living in our hearts, El Deleite Vegano is back with over a hundred vegan products stands. As I always say, it doesn’t matter what you choose to eat, vegan is always a great option. Not only are you eating animal cruelty free food, you’re also supporting local producers! The ticket is free.
13:00 – 19:00 hrs. | El Deleite Vegano | Bartolomé Mitre 2455 | Once
Organic Garden Workshop
Have you ever thought about cultivating your own vegetables but have no idea how to get started? Fear not, for Sitopia and Estilo Veggie have created an organic garden workshop in Palermo! Estilo Veggie is one of the best vegan restaurants in CABA and they know their stuff. I strongly suggest you try this workshop out if you have any green space in your house or apartment. The cost is $990 per person or $880 if you bring a friend! There’s limited availability. To save your place contact Sitopia through direct message on Facebook.
10:00 – 13:00 hrs.| Sitopia | Fitz Roy 1941 | Palermo
Schwartz and Berg is hosting a Pastrami festival this Sunday for all over us pastrón lovers. As a Jewish person myself, I’ve been a fan of pastrami ever since I was a child. Pastrón is a perfectly seasoned meat cooked for a lot of time to make it tender. Believe me, you don’t want to miss this! It’s the perfect excuse to eat as much as you can and leave your hangover behind.
18:00 – 23:30 hrs. | Schwartz and Berg | Fitz Roy 1617 | Palermo
Vegan Fury Fair
The classic vegan fair Furia Vegana is back with their monthly edition! Bringing over a thousand vegan products: food, makeup, clothes, etc. Fun fact: you can go with your pets. The thing about this fair is that in every edition they gather money for an animal liberation cause, this time they’re gathering money to save 3500 hens. The ticket is free!
14:00 – 19:30 hrs. | Sigue La Polilla | Castro Barros 874 | Boedo
Masa’s Monday at Banquito Rojo
As always, the best way to start the week is MASA and their traditional Mexican delicacies. If you need your weekly foodie fix and you don’t know where to head next, Masa will surely fill your soul with the best of the best. Head down to Banquito Rojo for their weekly pop-up, you will not be dissapointed. The whole concept of food will never be the same for you again. If you can’t go on Monday, they’re popping up every Tuesday at Dellepiane Bar as well! Don’t miss out!
19:00 – 23:30 hrs. | Banquito Rojo | Bolivar 914 | San Telmo
Israeli Food Workshop
Have you ever tried Israeli food? The most popular dishes are falafel, hummus with pita bread, shish kebab, mostly street food. If you ever wanted to know how the real Israelis do it, this is your shot! Nelson Wejkin, a known chef in the Jewish community is gonna teach you the traditional method to create the most delicious food you could imagine. I admire him greatly and I’m excited he’s teaching again! Don’t miss out! The cost is $800 per person. Get your tickets at Curso Cocina Israelí.
18:00 – 20:00 hrs. | AMIA | Pasteur 663 | Abasto
Whisky Tasting and Pairing
I’ve found many wine events to go to this week. What about changing the tides a little? For all of you whiskey fans, the Centro Cultural Argentino-Croata de San Telmo is hosting a whiskey tasting and pairing dinner. The event consists of a five course dinner, each course with a different whiskey. There will also be a Celtic music show throughout the event. For more info and to make reservations contact 11-4099-9887.
19:40 – 22:40 hrs. | Centro Cultural Argentino-Croata de San Telmo | Bolívar 1556 | San Telmo