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Chimichurri

Chimichurri is a South American seasoning that comes either as a dry rub or a green sauce. Chimichurri is most closely identified with Argentina, where many Basques settled in the 19th century. The Basques, coming from Spain and France, gave the sauce its name, which in the Basque language roughly …

Jamaican Jerk

Jamaican Jerk seasoning is a style of hot seasoning native to Jamaica. It’s not called jerk seasoning because it’s mean, rather, it comes from the Spanish word charqui, meaning dried meat, and is the origin of the English word jerky. Jamaican jerk seasoning is a blend of allspice and scotch …

Adobo

Adobo is a Spanish word that simply means seasoning. In the culinary world, the word has come to refer to a family of flavors from Latin America and the Philippines. Each culture has their own twist on Adobo, but the Mexican variety of Adobo is the one you’ll find at …