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March 31, 2009

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Laura

They eat so much beef in Argentina Jerry and definitely know how to dress it up. I was there for a week a couple years ago and I believe I consumed an entire cow! Cheers, L

Jerry

Laura - I think that I might like it in Argentina! LOL

Ivy

I have never had chimichurri sauce before although I have heard of it but definitely know that I will love it as Parsley and cilantro are two of my favourite herbs.

Kalyn

I've only made chimichurri sauce once myself, but I really want to make it again too! So tasty isn't it, and so full of wonderful herbs!

Jerry

Ivy - it is unusual to see cilantro in the sauce - THAT certainly isn't very Argentinian . . . might you, it is very tasty.

I figured that you would appreciate the cilantro Kalyn! I really enjoyed the fresh taste of this sauce.

Kayte

I learn so much over here...all this time, I thought it was a Mexican sauce. And, yes, I have done the same thing mixing up cilantro and parsley when I am on the run...this looks like an excellent use for it!

Jerry

Chimichurri sauce is common throughout Latin America (including Mexico) . . . I suspect it is one of those foods that everyone enjoys AND takes credit for. This one with the cilantro was AWESOME!

Amy

That's also very similar to the sauce I've been served on seafood in Venezuela, which was heavily cilantro-based.

OK, must go buy cilantro today.

Jerry

WOW Amy - this would be amazing on seafood - I shall try that next. Thanks for the idea.

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