By Vivi Rathbone.
Kevin and I were wandering through Colegiales. My high-heeled sandals were slowing me down as we crossed cobblestone streets in the dark. Kev walked patiently as I regretted my shoe decisions, laughing the entire time
By Kevin Vaughn.
As we left the comedor of Casa Coupage, my eating partner, socia and general favorite lady pal Evy said to me, “Sometimes perfection seems effortless”. That’s exactly how I felt in that moment, and how I still
Maybe one of the things we like so much about Buenos Aires is that it is a city that one can never finish discovering. Just when you thought you had it, it throws a new surprise at you. Part of that charm
Article by Sharon Salt.
MASA die-hards, take note: as of late, this Club de Tacos might be more aptly named Club of All Foods Good and Hard-to-Find<span style="line-height
I kind of like being single on Valentines Day.
“Do you want to be single together?” Kevin asked me.
Best invitation ever? Yes.
Thus began a particularly epic Valentine’s Day that lasted twelve full hours and ended with me falling
By Kevin Vaughn, founder and head chef of MASA.
All the stars aligned just so. A friend had gifted me a full bag of New Mexico chile powder, some weirdo with pesos to burn bought a six-pack of Isenbeck and forgot half of them in my refrigerator
Last weekend I hosted MASA’s first of many “Fiesta del fin del mes”, basically a poor man’s evening for all those that have a little hurt on the wallet at the end of the month, aka, everybody in Buenos Aires. I offer my insincerest apologies
Article and Recipe by Kevin Vaughn, Head Chef of MASA Club de Tacos.
Saturday afternoon I was greeted by an unexpected flood of “Feliz dia’s”, which is nothing out of the ordinary for this feriado ridden country. But when I found out what
Article by Kevin Vaughn. Photos by Brett Wishart.
It was a Saturday evening in March of last year. The weather was a perfect no jacket kind of night. I was on my way to a pre-concert concert at the fashionable Patio del Liceo in Recoleta with