By Martin Kocandrle, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - North of the equator barbecuing tends to be regulated to the warmer months, but in Brazil it is possible to enjoy a barbecue or “churrasco” twelve months a year. With this full time attention, Brazilian’s have created a churrasco style of barbecuing that it borders on artisanship.
Brazilian churrasco originated in the south of the country around Rio Grande do Sul, with cowboys or “gauchos”. As one of the first South American countries to begin raising cattle, the culture of churrasco has been around as long cattle rustling. Originally gauchos would . . .