In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(restaurant)asador masculinegrill masculine Southern Coneasadero masculine Colombia
- The proprietor of a famous bakery and rotisserie, he is known as a patron of the arts, and is also a poet himself.
- Far from the ‘sauce brune’ you get at other rotisseries, sauces here include red curry and bamboo shoots, lemon, chilli and mango chutney and ginger with Asian mushrooms.
- Ragueneau's pastry shop and rotisserie is abuzz with movement.
2(spit)asador masculinespiedo masculine Southern Cone
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