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GRAMO USA

Natalia Arce es una emprendedora y nos cuenta en su charla de #GramoUSA la travesía de llevar la cultura paraguaya a EEUU a través de la gastronomía. Natalia y su familia son los dueños del Restaurant…Leer Mas

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ALACARTA

I love Paraguay abrió hace casi diez años, en 2007, a partir de una idea de Nancy y Carlos, su marido. El plan no era solo tener un negocio y servir comida rica, sino también promover las costumbres paraguayas, su cultura y el idioma guaraní…Leer Mas

ABC NEWS

Paraguayan food is not a typical cuisine that usually comes to people's minds when figuring out what they want to eat. But the Ojeda family wants to change that…Leer Mas

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N.Y. TIMES

The bread is coarse, flat and round, a moon at its peak, looking ready to crumble. A mix of cassava starch, milk, eggs and Muenster, given the barest amount of cohesion on a griddle, it suggests a…Leer Mas

EATING IN TRANSLATION

A familiar-sounding origin story for sopa Paraguaya involves a chef who overthickens her soup, a bold and ingenious change of recipe, and a delighted potentate who proclaims the resulting dish delicious…Leer Mas

SUNNYSIDE POST

The owners of a popular Sunnyside restaurant will be opening their second location this summer.The founders of I Love Paraguay, located at 43-16 Greenpoint Ave, are working on opening…Leer Mas


HOY

“I love Paraguay” se denomina un local de comidas paraguayas que encontró su lugar en los Estados Unidos y que cada día consigue más amantes extranjeros…Leer Mas


EATING THE WORLD

Long has Paraguayan food eluded us. But the beautiful thing about New York City is how you can get any kind of food there. I Love Paraguay is one of the few Paraguayan spots in the whole country and…Leer Mas

THE QUEENS COURIER

Foodies in Bayside will soon have a new cuisine to add to their palates.The owners of I Love Paraguay, located at 43-16 Greenpoint Ave., are in the process of opening an offshoot of their popular Sunnyside restaurant...Leer Mas

EDIBLE QUEENS

Bitter, grassy yerba matÉ may be an acquired taste for Americans, but below the Equator the herbal elixir is pervasive. Made from the stems and leaves of the holly-like Ilex paraguariensis plant…Leer Mas