On today’s episode of How to Make It, chef Katie Pickens is at the Brazilian steakhouse, Fogo de Chão, learning what goes into their endless skewers of meat.
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I went there in Baltimore but It is the BEST food ever.
6:13 guy was looking very serious .
Going here for my 21 birthday in 6 days hype!
This is electric or propane fired rotisserie steak. A real gaucho would NEVER eat that! The name "Fogo de Chão" actually refers to a FIRE PIT at ground level: Hot coals or embers burning below and the espetos (skewers) with the meat neatly arranged around the fire and hand turned by a pitmaster. This is a rip-off!
guy with a dark secret 6:13 and 6:56 🙂
Verdadeira churrascaria brasileira 😍💚
Hands down my favorite restaurant to dine! I go on my birthday and one other special date in the year. Its meat heaven, if you like a variety of different meats for dinner. Everything is done to perfection from the service to the food.
If you want best grill go to Brazil restaurants. They grill meat is to die for.
We have this in Australia with a few different meats. Its called bushfire nice and not to expensive
dude at 6:15 hahahaha
I’ve been there
Fogo de chao is fking awesome
Is this restaurant better than Texas de brazil?
Went to the one in Minneapolis. It's cool til you realize the salad bar is $30 on its own. The trick is to load up on veggies before you go, go with a friend or partner…because you're gonna be splitting the bill so no first dates unless you meet a girl that's cool with that.
Pure met around an hour to prepare
Met plus bone, like ribs 1:30
Chicken 1:45 to prepare
I’ve been at a one in Houston
She should try tepinyarki
Unusual way to serve meat but it looks amazing.
Brazilian meat puaj.. if you want real meat go to an argentinian steakhouse 😉