By: Kristoffer Gartner, @kristoffgartnerCulture shock: a term used to describe the feeling you get when experiencing something new in a place you have never been. For me, culture shock is where my fascination with travel begins. The lure of something different, uncomfortable, and eye-opening is what makes the world such an amazing place. While some prefer a quaint vacation week of poolside relaxation at the shiny Mexican resort with boozy, umbrella burdened cocktails summoned by a mere wave to the barman; I prefer to jump into the grungy Mexican fishing pueblos, on the endless pursuit of hole-in-the-wall food shops...
Who the f*%k is AXEL?I’m Axel. A first-gen Texan. A Chef. The founder of AXEL Provisions. We make Premium Argentine Provisions for Grilling Enthusiasts.Chimi-what did you say?It’s pronounced Chee-mee-Chur-ree or learn how to pronounce it hereWhat the f*%k is Chimichurri?I’ll tell you what the f*%k it is. Chimichurri is a South American grilling sauce/marinade. It’s an olive oil, red wine vinegar, water blend with simple herbs, spices and tons of garlic. You use it as a condiment or marinade for meats, vegetables, chicken, and pretty much anything that is grilled.Where is Chimichurri from?Well, that's a long, funny and interesting story. You...
We’re going to shed some light on our beloved Peruvian Ají Crushed Pepper AKA Ají.