Does anyone know the name of the bruschetta-like Argentine food? I suppose it could be served as tapas.
Are you thinking of a sauce, or the Italian toasted bread that the sauce is served on top of?
The best known Argentine sauce is chimichuri, which is (roughly) a vinaigrette heavy in minced parsley (and possibly cilantro). It is mainly used as a meat sauce.
It's supposed to be some slice of bread with ham, cheese, and other stuff on it (probalby chimichuri on top). Does this have a name?
Picada? though that looks more like an antipasto platterhttp://southamericanfood.about.com/od...
Potato Salad, Hold the Mayo
Argentine Beef Source?
Is there anything better than Boars Head cold cuts?
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