a Morfar: Piloto/Pancetta
From the popular Lunfardo’s dictionary (tango’s slang) meaning sit at the table to eat wtih appetite and devotion.
“Barbacue is ready, let’s morfar”
Javier Brichetto presents the TV show where you are going to find all the secrets of barbecue. His experience along the way, makes him the perfect chef to teach the domain of fire. Warning – he recommends that you watch the show with a full stomach, otherwise you would want to “morfar” everything.
This recipe stands out due to its tasty image of grilled bacon accompanied iwth a very special chinese sauce. You will enjoy Javier’s knowledge to use an economic piece of the Iberico pork and transform it into a high gastro dish. He also prepares a sweet potato garnish. Who says food has to be expensive?
Genre: Food & Drink
Languages: Spanish, Eng subs available
Rights: Inflight & Transportation – Worldwide
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