Parrillada Clásica

“Día de partido, el clásico moderno, día de amigos, cerveza y comida en el estadio. Una sensación de emoción, adrenalina, y hambre! Hambre de fútbol y de una deliciosa carneada que es un ‘must’ en en ese día. Piezas de carne de res atravesadas por chuzos de madera, lentamente cocidas al calor de las brasas de carbón con frijolitos licuados, quesito semi-seco y varias tortillas de maíz. Y no podía faltar el chorizo parrillero en el plato conocido como mixto. Se trata posiblemente del platillo hondureño mas primitivo, con un futuro incierto, pero famoso por su versión en el estadio. Podíamos ganar o perder, no importaba, pero el compartir este platillo de los dioses entre los amigos era lo más importante de la cita.”

  Soccer in our country is a religion. Undoubtedly the most important thing on people’s mind, it runs through the veins of many, and life itself seems to revolve around a match, a tournament, and ultimately the World Cup. Literally. So it is inevitable that some of the best times are spent watching a soccer match with friends, and no game watch is complete without the ultimate meaty Honduran barbecue. It’s not all about the grill, the company you break the bread with is also key. The country has some amazing meat. Any great variety can come together for a wonderful parrillada, cubed beef is set in skewers for the ever-tasty ‘pinchos’ and the sausage varieties range from mild to smoked and spicy. From the farms and fields to the grill, flame-broiled meat is the ultimate soccer food!

Collaboration made by Geovani, a local family-business owner living in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. He enjoys his outdoor activities, such as fishing and hunting, especially when his three kids join him in his adventures.
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