You can learn a few things from this photo. That's argentine wood burning on the right and under the meat.
From inside of the Grill. Simple, right?
The cast of tasty characters from L to R: Matambre (flank,) Cotilla (ribs,) Morcilla (blood sausage) y Chorizo (spiced pork sausage)
Asado as served at a professional Asado restaurant. Nice pile of meat, but the work put into making your own meal is concurrent to the flavor.
Steak from Buenos Aires Restaurant. Looks sexy, eh?
See that green and red nature-looking shit on the right? Don’t eat that.
Extreme Close-up of chimichurri sauce on top of a steak
A choripan stand in Buenos Aires. Not the only word in Argentine Street food, but certainly one of the finest. If this picture makes the Chrorimovil look quite heavenly, it’s because it is.
Morcilla, AKA Argentine Blood Sausage. The only Blood Sausage I’ve ever tasted that gave the Irish Fashion a run for it’s euros.
Argentine Alcohol. One of your best last hopes for your bowels.
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