From The Pampas to The Remarkables.
The traditional Churrasco (Barbecue) method was forged by the Gaúcho (cowboy) of the South Brazilian plains.
After a long day spent on horseback, the Gaúcho would set up camp. He would then dig a hole in which to build his ﬁre (Fogo) protected from The Pampas winds. Once the Fogo was roaring, the Gaúcho would slow roast his bounty caught that day.
As the sunset over the Rio Grande do Sul, the Gaúcho, content with a belly full of churrasco, would slumber in the quiet of the plains.