Seven Fires : Grilling the Argentine Way
by Francis Mallmann
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Argentineans grill more meat per capita than any nation on earthFrancis Mallmann grew up in the mountains of Patagonia, trained in the great kitchens of Europe, and returned home to become the top chef of Buenos Aires and the biggest star in South America of television food.In 1995, he gave up cooking fancy food and applied all the lessons of haute cuisine to maximizing the flavor and texture of a wood fire, cooking and cooking.Its food is incredibly lively and vibrant burnt, crispy with both rustic and refined tastes.Recipes from the entire menu, including ungrilled recipes recipes recipes for what to eat while you are building the fireMost of the recipes are suitable for indoor cooking, so it’s a cookbook for all seasons, all the kitchens.Francis seven fires are: Chapa – cast iron plancha or pan (most used form in this book); Few Hell – cooking on fire above and below food; Parilla – basically, what is called barbecue or grill in the United States; Horno de Barro – cooking on wood fire, a clay oven; Rescoldo – cooking food by burying it in the burial.
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