✨In Uruguay there are more cows than people. Really, I am not making this up. Uruguay has the highest amount of cattle per capita in the world, estimated at 3.8 per capita. The country’s population as of 2016 is of 3.444 million, now you can make the math 😉 Based on this we can now understand why a good “parrillada” (barbecue) is part of the Uruguayan culture. When in Montevideo the Mercado del Puerto (Port Market) is a place to visit and eat. The photos show parrilladas where you can see different cuts of meat, sausage, blood sausage, internal organs as well as veggies being barbecued. But the secret of the Uruguayan parrillada is how is done, charcoal is a no-no, the real parrillada uses wood and embers are used to slowly cooked the meats. But vegetarians don’t have to worry, there are always some roasted veggies with great flavor due to the wood, as well as salads that are ordered as side dishes. #followme #montevideo #uruguay #southamerica #barbeque #food #photooftheday #cheflife #culture #meat #vegetarian #vegan #diet #explore #newtaste #travel #traveller #passionpassport #viajar #instagood #instatravel
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2017-11-29 15:49:57

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