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Attraction in Buenos Aires
Conventional Parrillada (Argentine Barbecue) Class
There is so much to learn at Teresita's Argentine BBQ (parrilada) class. If you wish to learn or get a firsthand knowledge of grilling different cuts of meat in Argentina and *acuras that add up to the Argentinian *asado(barbecue).
First We Visit to the local butcher's shop
The class commences after visiting (transportation included) the local butcher's shop for a complete lesson on selecting the precise meat based on its properties viz., color, size, fat density and freshness. You will be amazed to see *achuras you have hardly seen before!
Back to the kitchen at Teresita's To Prepare Chimichurri
We return back to the Teresita's kitched for cooking classic dishes that complement the parrillada. Ensalada Criolla (Creole Salad) are considered one of the best serving side dishes savored on different occasions in Argentina for an assort of meats. You will also get a lesson on how to prepare chimichurri (Argentine parsley-garlic sauce for grilled meats).
Moving onto practical work on the grill
You will get practical lessons on a range of meats from "el asador" which will be presented by the Asador (the cook other than Teresita will be handling the grill). You will be acquainted with preparing and lighting the fire, how to season the meat, timings and servings all in an "Argentine way".
Once the barbecue is sizzling hot and ready, we can now enjoy it! It is time to taste. Sit around the table and savor Malbec wine at your pace ... Buen provecho!
Malbec wine from Mendoza is considered the premier wine from Argentina with essence of cherries, plums, blackberries and raspberries, and marked by a peppery spice, licorice and ample tannins. They have vivid acidity and are perfect to cut through the sumptuousness of red meat. Argentine Malbecs are hardly ever super-alcoholic, hence enhancing their food-friendly quality.
Price: USD 70 per person includes all fresh and finest local ingredients. Enjoy the fruits of your labor! Eat what you just grilled accompanied by Malbec and Torrontés wines from Argentina.