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Plis envíame un poco para probar, ni idea de que es el cilantro.
Cilantro es la hierba del coriander. Curatu en Guaraní.
I adore that knife
Hi John thanks for visiting. Its a cheap rendition of a Japanese Deba style knife. They are ground on only one side. It stays sharp as a razor for a long time and is very easy to put an edge back on it when needed. One of the favorites in my arsenal. That one and my Japanese cleaver see the most use.http://www.kikumori.co.jp/english/product/wa/index.htmlhere's a Deba:http://www.ebay.com/itm/140736868707Though given the cheap prick I am I am sure I did not spend a quarter of that on mine.
Actually I meant to say Chinese Cleaver.
Thank you so much for your comment on my blog.I wish more people in the world will understand the situation as you do.I am also glad that I discovered your blog.
Hi guys, this sounds very good and I am going to try it soon. It all looks great to. Good post
Hi John: I do the same thing with curly parsley. In Venezuela where I am originally from, it is a common dressing for grilled meats. I saw some cilantro at the store the other day and figured why not try the same thing. Its even better than the parsley. On grilled chicken (boneless skinless thighs) or swordfish it is just exquisite.