The rest of the guests had been talking yesterday morning about Katrina’s choice of eggs at breakfast. Here is is. Toast, raspberry jam, a fried egg and then ketchup. It didn’t look good, but she loves it. To each their own!
I blogged and read for while, and watched four of the nine dogs hanging out in the sun.
Today we were going to have an Asado-barbecue. I had noticed this concrete platform on my walk yesterday. Now I found out what it was for.
There will be lots of pictures and some video of the Asado today!
While the Asado preparations were underway I decided to snoop into the kitchen and prep areas. This is where the four styles of china and glass ware were kept. You can see into the dining room from here.
This is where the cooking of all the meals happened.
I am sure it got quite hot in there, cranking out all those meals. That is one old stove!
Back to the Asado. The gaucho put the lamb on the rack. Here is a video of it! There really isn’t much meat on it. A lot of crunch when you ate it.
I went back to the Estancia and took a picture of this magazine for you. This is the monster brown that a guide caught here. You never know when the fly you cast might lead you to a beauty like this one! I couldn’t read the magazine as it was written in Spanish.The lamb continued to cook.
Here is the gaucho chef, who was monitoring everything. I think his expression is “You looking at me?”
Back to more wandering. For some reason I thought the front door of our suite was photo worthy.
I got a picture of the rainbow from the sprinkler. Do those rainbows count? I am not sure that Leprechauns could find this place!
Here is another view of our building. I loved seeing all the bright green. Back home we were having snow storms!
Another view of the Estancia. The dogs must have gone off to follow Katrina, Kathy and Sarah on a horse back ride.
Here is a better view of the bench where the anglers sat to take off their waders before they came inside.
We were going to eat outside today for the Asado. There were going to be three new guests today. Two were cousins, and one of the cousins brought his son who was on break from school. In the next few days, another son would come from the other cousin and then the wife and daughter would come of the cousin who was here with his son. Are you confused yet?More food was brought out to cook. More types of meat, some cheeses in the pans, and then something in the big pot. You’ll have to wait to see what is in the pot. I did! ps. It’s not lobster!
Here we see the gaucho tend the fires, bringing coals to the other food being cooked. We met my new Argentinian friends, Angel and Marcus, for the first time. I decided to have a Pisco Sour with Angel. Everyone called Angel, “English”. He got this nickname when he was a little boy, as he always acted like a “proper little English gentleman”. He went to boarding school at Gordonstoun, where Prince Phillip and Prince Charles went to school.
The Pisco sours were very strong. The joke was one Pisco sour, two Pisco sour, three Pisco sour, floor Pisco sour as you would be out cold when you had your fourth. I had one with plenty of ice in it. Doesn’t that look refreshing? More about the Asado later!