Tramontina barbecue meat forks are ideal for barbecuing. You don't even need an actual barbecue. You can also light an open fire and hang the meat fork over the fire on two supports. The meat fork is sturdy enough for this because it's made of stainless steel. This meat fork is particularly suitable for sausages. Stick the fork through both ends of the sausage, and the fork shape will ensure that the sausages turn with the fork. This means you can evenly fry both sides of the sausage.
Tramontina Churrasco: barbecuing the Brazilian way
In South America, they know how to barbecue! The rich barbecue history leads us back to the Tropeiros, which is the Portuguese name for cowboys in Brazil. They worked with whatever was available to them to survive while herding cattle. On the Pampas, that meant leather, meat and wood.
The cowboys gathered around the fire and told stories while they enjoyed the barbecued meat. Nowadays, you don't have to barbecue to survive. And yet we still value barbecuing just like those cowboys of old. Gathering together to enjoy good food, fun and camaraderie.
|Country of origin||Brazil|
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