The Gaucho

The Gaucho. This word was used in the regions of Plata, Argentina, Uruguay and even in, to designate the horsemen of the plain or pampa dedicated to livestock. In Argentina, he represents a man of his word and respect, recognized for his solidarity and doing favors (referred to today as “doing gau...
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The Gaucho and the Chimichurri

The Gaucho and the Chimichurri

The Gaucho and Chimichurri are symbols of Argentine culture. The Gaucho has a long-standing tradition with asado, and Chimichurri has accompanied it for two centuries.   Originally chimichurri was a brine, a mixture of water, salt, garlic and bay leaf. Certain seasonings were added to this mixt...
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The ranch: the Gaucho's home

The ranch: the Gaucho home

The gaucho is a character with a spirit of freedom. A lover of nature and horseback riding in the Argentine pampas, he is not tied to anything. He used to pitch a tent with cowhide in any area he passed through.   The ranch, the gaucho’s home, was born as a requirement of the large [&hell...
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