I have another blog in spanish called Jengibre Azul (Blue Ginger).
It started as a side-kick to this one. A few days after my first english post, I simply copied the recipe in spanish, posted it and thought it would be so easy to just translate and post similar recipes. But we all know by now that blogs, any blog, takes time and dedication.
And then I realized that a big part of this blog´s audience is from Argentina, so the idea of having the same blog translated didn´t cut it. And the different seasons started to come into play, and the obvious food taste buds that permeate this country. So it´s turning into a blog on it´s own, with few recipes that are already posted here.
I hope it will become more important in the future, but it´s hard to pay so much attention to it, since food blogging is not a thing in Argentina, and there are few interactions compared to Vintage Kitchen.
But I´ll keep at it, maybe someday it will be a thing.