In search for the authentic

2009 August 6
by Simba
Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.0 Generic License by  MR38

We love our Argentine Tango (or maybe Tango Argentino) to be sure. Do not bastardize it, please. We want the real thing!

On the other hand, there is no one tango. Tango is a living expression of the people who play, sing, listen to and dance it. My tango is different from yours, or I sure hope so. Not too different, but a little different. That’s what makes it interesting.

Since I do love Italy and Italian food (no wonder I love Buenos Aires?), I thought I would share this interesting article discussing authenticity in the Italian kitchen. Serves well (pun intended) as an apropos to the very same discussion on tango.

Buon appetito!

2 Responses leave one →
  1. 2009 August 7

    I like the article. ” almost nobody would care in the least bit whether pasta all’amatriciana were “authentic.” People would care whether it tasted good.” If it looks good and feels good, then it is good tango. Muy Facil.

  2. 2009 August 7

    Yes, it is easy when you have good taste 😉

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