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Watch: Francis Mallmann, Tango, Meat (ES)

By Patrick Hieger

[Nowness / Vimeo]

[Nowness / Vimeo]

Quite frankly, we really don’t get to see enough of Francis Mallmann just hanging out talking about meat. The Argentine chef, nay, legend, has perfected the craft of open flame cooking, always utilizing his home country’s native gold, beef. He may have trained in France, grew up in California, and even spent some time in Chicago, but while you may be able to take the man out of Argentina, well, you get the point.

Listen To Francis Mallmann On Andrew Zimmern’s ‘Go Fork Yourself’ (ES)

By Patrick Hieger

[Andrew Zimmern / Go Fork Yourself]

[Andrew Zimmern / Go Fork Yourself]

Late last month, just before he wowed guests at Miami’s Art Basel with a Mallmann-style cookout to feed the masses (performance art or just barbecuing?), Francis Mallmann took some time out to participate in Andrew Zimmern’s Go Fork Yourself podcast.  Since both chefs have done a good deal of world travel, cooking in exotic locales, and eating just about everything under the sun, you can imagine that conversation took quite a few turns.  Always the perpetual learner, Zimmern kept the questions focused, and got a lot of good information from the open fire king.