Chefs Tim McFarland and Eric Smith, La Puerta Negra
NEC Season 5 - Episode 04
Argentina Chimichurri is an herb-based condiment that is a culinary specialty of Argentina and Uruguay. Typically served alongside grilled steaks, roasted beef and pork sausages, it is made from parsley, dried oregano, garlic, salt and pepper in a base of olive oil and vinegar.
Flank steak, which is sometimes known as London broil, is generally on the less expensive side for a steak. It does have somewhat of a bad reputation for being tough, but once you show it a little love and kindness and maybe a splash of marinade, it can be quite tender.
Mexico Of all the peoples introduced to this dessert, the Spanish were particularly taken with it (and were the first to top it with a sweet caramel sauce). Like the Romans before them, the Spaniards brought flan to new lands, when in 1518, the famous conquistador Hernán Cortés landed in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico.
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