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How do you say 'chinchulines'? Morsilla? Find out!

How do you say 'chinchulines'? Morsilla? Find out!

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    • Is this a barbeque?
    • Or this?
    • How many cuts of meat can you name?
    • Starters Provoleta Blood Sausagesweetbreads Kidneys
    • Starters Salad Pickled tongue Meat pastry/pie Sausages
    • Boom! CHITLINS
    • Beef Roulade
    • Prime Rib – bife ancho
    • Strip steak – bife angosto
    • Round steak – bife a la rueda
    • T-Bone steak – bife de costilla
    • Sirloin Rump steak – B. de chorizo
    • Flank steak – bife de vacio
    • Sirloin Tip – bola de lomo
    • Pork shoulder/neck – la bondiola
    • Chicken Fried Steak
    • Desert – dessert - desert ?
    • Bread pudding
    • Sponge cake
    • Chocolate cake
    • Alfajor
    • Crème caramel
    • Tip or no tip? US – 15% to 20% Canada – 20& Mexico – 10 to 15% Brazil – no tip Argentina – no seas un ratón UK – 10 to 15% Egypt – 5 to 10% India – 10 to 15% Australia – 10% South Korea – no tip Japan – no tip China – no tip