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Smoked Chicken

Pampa's HerbsKatriel MenendezComment

I really like this method of cooking, but I do not recommended if you do not have the time. Also you have to be careful with the dripping fat in to the fire, control the fire and the heat at all moments. Have with you a sheet pan just in case the grill get a big fire and you can cover or close until the fire get down.


  • Chicken

  • Pampa’s Herbs 4 tbsp

  • Oil 1 cup (no olive oil)

  • Lemon 2ea

  • Method:

First the need to start the fire. While the fire is working we need to marinated the chicken.

Take the chicken and dislocate the legs, hips and wings. This will make the cooking faster and easier.

Next will be making the marination with the oil, lemon juice and the Pampa’s Herbs. Apply the herbs oil on the surface of the chicken, season in side and place the squeezed lemons.

With a butcher twine make a best around the chest of the chicken and tide the legs together.

Lets hung the chicken close to the fire, place your hand in front of the chicken and count. The number you want to get is 5 to 6 seconds. I will start head down to cook the breast then flip over to cook the legs.

Cook until golden brown and the meat fall of the bone. this will be around 4 to 6 hs depend the size of the chicken.

Enjoy it!

Grilled Bronzino

Pampa's HerbsKatriel MenendezComment

Grilled Bronzino

Bronzino is the name for the European bass. It is delicious in any way you cook it. In this recipe we will grill it.


  • Bronzino whole

  • Orange 1 each

  • Sliced Lemon 1 each

  • Sliced Pampa's herbs 1 tbsp.


Let's start the fire for the grill, them marinate our fish.

Place the fish on the cutting board and cut it all the way to the tail following the belly. Season the inside and stuff it with orange and lemon slices.

At this time your grill is hot and ready to cook the bronzino. Check the temperature of the grill with your hand slightly over the grill and count 7 seconds.

Place the fish on the grill, caramelize the skin, and flip it over. Fish is usually really fast to cook.

I recommend to eat the skin but you can also remove it.

Enjoy it with a glass of Chardonnay!

Roasted Chicken

Pampa's HerbsKatriel MenendezComment
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Onion -2, cut in cubes

Potatoes -2, cut in cubes

Carrot - 2, cut in coins

Sweet potatoes -2, cut in cubes

Lemon juice 2 each

Olive oil ½ cup

Pampas herbs 4 tbsp

Whole Chicken


Heat the oven at 350F

Mix the oil and pampas herbs in a large bowl and toss the vegetables. Use the remaining mixture as a rub for the chicken.

Place the vegetables evenly in a two to three inch deep oven-safe container and the chicken on top.

Bake it for 45 minutes until fully cooked, add lemon juice, and serve.