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ASADO
Description

Asado, meaning barbeque, holds a special place here in Argentina. It’s not only a meal, it is a production. Originating from the gauchos (cowboys) asado became the term used when they all met around a fire and barbequed the beef. It was a highly social activity and today it is still treated as such. Families gather on Sunday at their country homes, build a fire and make an asado, resulting in a long afternoon of conversation, laughter and food! Our Asado knife is casual and great for the outdoor barbeque.

Details
  • includes 4 knives
  • Handmade custom wood box from the Patagonia
  • 100% Argentine stainless steel blade with high polish
  • 5 inch blade, 4.5 inch handle, 5 oz
  • Guayubira wood – a complex wood native to Argentina and Uruguay



Monogramming:

One letter and three-letter monograms are available for an additional fee of $25 per set of 4 knives. The initials are provided in two monogram styles (BLOCK or Script). For a three-letter monogram, the larger initial in the middle traditionally represents the last name. Monogramming is only available for web orders through www.pampaslife.com.

Product Care:

Caring for these knives is exceptionally important in keeping them brilliant and beautiful. Each knife needs to be hand washed with mild soap and carefully towel dried before storing. Never place them in the dishwasher or expose them to extreme temperatures due to the sensitivity of the materials used and the blades.

Availability: In stock

$169.99 USD

the Asado

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