Asado, meaning barbeque, holds a special place here in Argentina. It’s not only a meal, it is a production. Originating from the gauchos (cowboys), asado became the term used when they all met around a fire and barbecued the beef. It was a highly social activity and today it is still treated as such. Families gather on Sunday at their country homes, build a fire and make an asado, resulting in a long afternoon of conversation, laughter and food! This Asado knife is casual and great for the outdoor barbeque. The handles are made of guayubira wood – a complex wood native to Argentina and Uruguay.
Includes 4 knives in a customs wooden case that is hand-made by carpentry artists in the Patagonia using wood from the fallen trees in the forests
Design Country: Argentina
Materials: Argentine, High polish stainless steel blade, Guayubira wood handle
Dimensions: 5" blade, 4.5" handle
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