Here are some videos and music from Melbourne based Latin bands.
Available for public and private events.
Solo Musicians: Oscar Gimenez and Alejandro "El Mariachi Solitario".
Bands between 2 and 8 musicians:
Watussi (Latin grooves), De la Calle (Argentinean flauvored Cumbia), Sin Fronteras (Mexican Fiesta) and Reflejos (Latin Originals).
Senor BBQ favourite (great electro Cumbia for charcoal grilling!)
The Cumbia Cosmonauts are producers Moises and Soup, known for their super heavy live show featuring guest percussionist El Mas and Phaic VJ, making each live performance a unique visual and sonic adventure featuring lasers, synthesizers, space-surf guitar, silver jumpsuits and Afro-Colombian rhythms.
Check out their latest release, Tropical Bass Station
Electricity can be fun!
Senor BBQ needs your help! We are crowd-funding our new Charcoal Grill and Deli in Balaclava, check the pozible link:
Maori traditional barbecue, food is cook digging a hole and creating an earth oven.
Here Che, and his brothers dig out the hangui, after 4/5 hs of cooking.
There is laid out: fish, lamb, pork, chicken, potatoes, sweet potatoes and cabbage (with butter and pepper).
6 legs of lamb, 4 massive pork shoulders, 10 chooks, 3 snapper, box of corn, 30 kg of vegies and all gone. I need a nap just thinking about it again.
Almost forgot to mention the mild and hot Chimichurry that Kat prepared for the banquet!
Great family tradition, from our New Zealanders friends.
Senor BBQ, sharing the love for traditional outdoor cooking.
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This is the traditional sauce, essential accompaniment of any
Argentinean BBQ. Its famous for the fact that there are as many recipes
as there are cooks!
For our mobile gourmet BBQ catering we use the following recipe:
Preferably (as with everything!) use fresh and quality ingredients.
Finely chop the garlic, parsley, oregano, sweet paprika and basil, then mix with oil,
lemon juice, a bit of salt (not much, because the meat and chorizos
should be salted), black pepper and vinegar.
I also like to ad a bit of grounded cumin, which is not in the traditional recipe, but I think that's what cooking is about.
Let it marinate for a day (the longer the better).
The proportions of the ingredients is for you to experiment and find your way!
Etymology of the word "Chimichurri"
According to oral tradition, this word derive from the English! When
the English land owners enjoyed the beautifully barbecue prepared by
the gauchos (cattle station workers), they said "give me the curry"
("givmidecurri") which ended up been Chimichurri.
My mum sent this brochure from Buenos Aires, its a promotion for a White goods Shop from around 1965. At the back is this instructions on "how to cook a BBQ".
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