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VIDEO: How to Make an Argentine Asado


Chris Barrett learns the ins and outs of cooking an authentic Argentine asado, with help from Palermo-based parrilla ‘La Más Bonita’.

Camera & editing: Kristian Andersen

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3 Responses to “VIDEO: How to Make an Argentine Asado”

  1. Flemming says:

    Very instructuve – and extremely appetizing. Way to go !


  1. […] wine you must try especially while visiting Argentina either in a wine tasting, or traditional “asado”, is a wine you must seat and enjoy no matter […]

  2. […] Sweeping generalizations: I don’t like them any more than the next guy. But there’s no point in denying the fact that no one gerrymanders a side of beef like the Argentines. Skirt steak; sweet breads; blood sausages; even gristle chitlins. Nothing goes to waste in the charcoal-fired frenzy that is a traditional asado. […]

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