A Tourist at la Biela in Buenos Aires Eating Breakfast and Reading “A Ranch Bordering the Salty River.”

“A Ranch Bordering the Salty River” by Stephen Page” published by Finishing Line Press.

Breakfast: Café con Leche (Double espresso with milk), orange juice, bread with butter, and Revuelto Gramajo (Scrambled Gramajo)–which is a common breakfast hash dish in Argentine cuisine consisting of fried julienne potatoes, eggs, cheese and vegetables. It is must-try food in Buenos Aires, and has been described as one of the city’s “quintessential” dishes.

8 thoughts on “A Tourist at la Biela in Buenos Aires Eating Breakfast and Reading “A Ranch Bordering the Salty River.”

      1. Revuelto Gramajo (English: Scrambled Gramajo) is a common breakfast hash dish in Argentine cuisine consisting of fried julienne potatoes, eggs, cheese and vegetables. It is common in Buenos Aires, and has been described as one of the city’s “quintessential” dishes. French fries are sometimes used as an ingredient in the dish.

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