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The Argentina Steakhouse was established on March 2002 in Springfield, Missouri. This independent restaurant was founded by a family and original staff from Buenos Aires, Argentina, with the hopes of introducing the people of Springfield to a true steakhouse in the tradition of great cities. With the moniker of "Springfield's first fine steakhouse", the Argentina Steakhouse strives to offer its guests the very best in cuisine and service. Since its opening, the Argentina Steakhouse has quickly gained a reputation as having the most flavorful steaks and chops in the area. The wait staff, as well, is recognized as some of the most professional and experienced. The eclectic menu is prepared seasonally by the talented chefs of the restaurant. And the cuisine is accompanied by an outstanding wine selection which emphasizes the great wines of California and South America. The Argentina Steakhouse provides its guests and inspired dining experience that will make a lasting impression.


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Tapas: A Spanish Food Adventure An enjoyable evening with family or friends, sharing tapas and sipping wine is a tradition in Spain and has been adapted in many restaurants across the U.S. It can be a great way of entertaining, a veritable mini-buffet, which lends itself to conversation and camaraderie over a leisurely meal. Rather than feeling stuffed after a buffet, sharing tapas dishes with other diners offers tasting many different foods and the opportunity to eat lighter. A pleasant evening by any standards, try tapas. It might surprise you.

How to Make Alfredo Sauce From Scratch Here's a recipe for perfect, creamy Alfredo sauce. It's easy to make and very tasty. You will always make your own now, no more jars, tins or packets which all contain preservatives. Once you have made the basic sauce, you can experiment by adding other ingredients of your choice.

A Movable Feast: Cuban Foods Very different from traditional Mexican cuisine, Cuban food is an interesting mix of African, Spanish and Caribbean influence. With its many immigrants from Cuba, southern Florida boasts hundreds of Cuban restaurants, not unlike the strong Mexican influence in Southern California and Arizona. Cuban dishes are not your basic tacos and enchiladas but a delightful mix of flavors which have evolved over decades and centuries. If you've never experienced Cuban food, you'll be in for a treat.

Most Despised American Foods We all have our favorites. And our least favorites. And then there are the foods we really just plain despise. The list may vary slightly, but no question about it, we are a country of strong opinions when it comes to food. It usually started in childhood, when some children were forced to eat certain foods they didn't like, others were punished for refusing to eat them, but for many of us, we formed our opinions early and have remained rigid. As we grew up, a maturing process changed our minds and palates as we acquired tastes for certain foods we found unacceptable as children. An unpleasant memory of mealtime with the family can certainly formulate a lifetime of rejecting certain foods, but for most, it's just a dislike of the flavor, texture or appearance, plain and simple. Let's see what comprises the list of top foods Americans love to hate.

Five Reasons Why You Need To Eat Fruits Everyday Now, are you ready to know the five reasons why you need to eat fruits every day? If you are, then I'm going to discuss it right now.

Dairy Queen: King of Soft-Serve One bite and we are transported back to our childhood, where long lines on a hot summer night made it that much sweeter once you placed your order. What's your favorite? Dipped cone, sundae, root beer float or their wildly popular Blizzard. Maybe you're a purist, opting for a cup of chocolate DQ, nothing on it. Just driving by that red sign makes us want a frozen treat. For teens it was a (sometimes) fun summer job. But whatever you choose, one spoonful still soothes the sting of a lousy day, takes the heat out of the evening and is just plain all-American delicious. Pulling into the parking lot makes children giggle, and adults feel younger. How far would you drive for a Dairy Queen?



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How to Avoid Befuddlement While Choosing a Catering Company? Think about a food providing organization and most likely the picture of some extravagant gathering or dinner party pops into psyche. All things considered, this sort of catering exists, however, another type of cook is beginning to develop. Old-fashioned cooking organizations are confronting more rivalry as new ones are fanning out offering more choices evaluating and attempting to meet clients' wishes whether the monetary allowance is huge or little.

Where to Find the Best Burgers in Reisterstown Kids and adults both share the intense cravings that a good burger can ignite. Not only is it ready in a few minutes, but it is also wholesome and it can give you energy to last throughout the day. Another reason for the popularity of the burgers is their diversity and taste.

My Pinay Craving Took Me to Max's I chose to dine at Max's Restaurant to satisfy my Filipino craving for a Pinoy lunch. I wanted something balanced and I wanted sago't gulaman to quench my Pinoy thirst; fortunately they offer a combo meal for what I wanted, at a reasonable price.

The Best Dripping Springs Restaurants May Not Be Where You Expect As with most things that are cool and worth checking out, you usually find that you have to dig a little deeper to find tremendous restaurants in a state as large as Texas. Then again, if you are talking about Dripping Springs restaurants, you might find that digging a little deeper isn't completely necessary.

The Best Restaurants You Have To Visit In Melbourne Before You Die They say that food takes you right to a man's heart. Well, believe that this holds true for anyone and everyone, not just men!

A Very Poetic Chelsea Restaurant Review Written in flamboyant, American/English prose that some might say has an essentially captivating lilt (much like the works of Michel de Montaigne or James Joyce/Pablo Picasso), here is a review of the infamous British restaurant in Fulham, named Penny Black. You will enjoy the anecdotal tone where memories of my time at Cambridge University revolve like fireflies around the table where deluxe treats are offered up to the praise of two very beautiful golden-black eyes - my date for the evening - a very beautiful Indian actress who is now a star of the British silver screen.