is the typical Brazilian way of preparing meat. Different kinds of meat are slowly grilled over a charcoal fire to keep them softly cooked and very juicy. This way of preparing meat was invented by the South-American cowboys). They grilled their meat around a simple campfire on long skewers. For them, as not just food, but also a cosy get-together, after a long day of hard work on the pampas or plains, where their cattle could graze freely, and where the beef we serve ( ) also comes from.