Colombian BBQ.
Pictured here we have a steak that was very tasty but a little tough in texture, a sausage that was like heaven in an intenstine, some potatoes covered in a sour sauce, the best arepas I have ever, ever tasted (they weren’t too sweet, they were a bit crispy on the outside, and they were slathered in salted butter, UGH SO GOOD), some guacamole, and I forget what was in that little sauce container. Mmmm.
For the record, as far as BBQs go, here is my official country-by-country ranking:
1. Argentina. Obviously.
2. Colombia. Yep, I said it.
3. Brazil. Delicious but also loaded with landmines, like questionable cuts of meat including tongues and random undesirable intenstines.
4. Ecuador (Because they used seafood)
5. Peru. Mas o menos. Tasty grilled chicken.
6. Bolivia. Stick to saltenas and freshwater fish, B.

Colombian BBQ.

Pictured here we have a steak that was very tasty but a little tough in texture, a sausage that was like heaven in an intenstine, some potatoes covered in a sour sauce, the best arepas I have ever, ever tasted (they weren’t too sweet, they were a bit crispy on the outside, and they were slathered in salted butter, UGH SO GOOD), some guacamole, and I forget what was in that little sauce container. Mmmm.

For the record, as far as BBQs go, here is my official country-by-country ranking:

1. Argentina. Obviously.

2. Colombia. Yep, I said it.

3. Brazil. Delicious but also loaded with landmines, like questionable cuts of meat including tongues and random undesirable intenstines.

4. Ecuador (Because they used seafood)

5. Peru. Mas o menos. Tasty grilled chicken.

6. Bolivia. Stick to saltenas and freshwater fish, B.