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May 27, 2009

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Jessica

I adore that meal -- it's one of my favorites! Do you have a grill? I'm so incredibly jealous. I really might have to splurge on one but I have almost no room outside to grill so that little problem might hold me back.
Looks delicious, as always!

Jescel

Yum! Love chimichurri sauce with a good flank or skirt steak (they call churrasco). Your pic looks soo good i almost licked my screen :o)

John

LOL, so in going through the DB blogroll I found you and your "Not the DB apple strudel but close" post...and I am so glad I did!!! Chimichurri is one of those oh so divine tastes and everyone should give it a go...I can eat it straight off a spoon!!!! I will definitely be back to see how your strudel worked for you!

Jen @ My Kitchen Addiction

Sounds delicious! I need to make chimichurri more often. Great recipe... I like the quick and easy recipes (no offense to the daring bakers!).

lisaiscooking

I love a garlicy chimichurri, and yours looks fantastic!

Natasha - 5 Star Foodie

What a gorgeous steak! I've been really intrigued by the Chimichurri Sauce and definitely looking forward to trying it soon! Can't wait for the Top Chef post!

ingrid

LOL, I'm thinking this is my kind of sauce. Too much flavor? HOLLA! LOL! LOL!Thanks for sharing.
~ingrid

Chelsea

I can say from first-hand experience that this absolutely worked. Remember when Kip grabbed a hunk of bread and started dipping it in the chimichurri? It isn't "too much flavor" for a 1-year-old! Thanks again for an amazing dinner. Hope I can keep pace next week :)

Ashley

Ooo I haven't had a sauce like this before but it does sound amazing.

Wendy

I've been wanting to try chimichurri. It looks and sounds delicious.

Kismet

This looks fabulous. And I might add it's fun to see my sister (Yes, I'm related to Chelsea) mentioned in the blog. I've been an avid follower of spork or foon this past year, and I swear you keep getting better and better! YUM!

Keep posting the good stuff, and I'll keep gobbling it...figuratively.

Candice

Ohh, chimichurri is one of my all-time favorite steak marinades (my mom grew up in Argentina). Looks like you had a great dinner!

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Carrie

This looks awesome! What a great picture.

jenn

I'll take that flank steak. I can wait for the strudel. Looks delicious. I've been wanting to try making a chimichurri sauce for a while. I need to get crackin' on that.

The Duo Dishes

Good one for the grill season!

Lynne

Beautiful lighting on your flank steak with chimichurri sauce.

Tracey

I've never made chimichurri but I really need to give it a shot! It looks so pretty on this steak!

Erica

I love, love and love chimichurri. I know is from Argentina, but in Colombia is make in every restaurant and every home. your meat looks amazing!

Courtney

Love the story...this looks really good too! I am always seeking out things to top the steak. Lets face it...plain steak is just 'plain' steak!! Wonderful job!

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