From June through September, endless winter seekers migrate to Argentina for off-piste skiing and bumpin’ nightlife. The lure of resorts like Cerro Catedral in the Bariloche and Las Leñas outside of Mendoza is enough to pluck die-hards from their mountain bikes and kayaks season after season. But if Argentina’s world-class skiing isn’t flight worthy enough, then the food should be. Three foods engrafted in Andean culture include grass-fed beef, organic wine, and yerba mate. Alone, these items are enough for many to gladly subsist on, but the good news is that the list of their health benefits runs longer than most ski lines, even though the form in which they are often served is tad different than North Americans are accustomed to.