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Chimichurri Makes It All Better!

by Guest Post on April 12, 2011

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We are very lucky, very lucky indeed. My friend–the uber talented Germinatrix and author of The Edible Front Yard–Ivette Soler has shared her recipe for chimichurri sauce with us! Now, I admit I had no idea what chimichurri was until last night, when Ivette posted about it on her Facebook page. But when I heard that it involved garlic, lemons, and parsley, I knew I would like it. And the awesome thing is that you can grow all the main ingredients in containers on your balcony or patio.

So, without further ado, here’s what Ivette has to say about chimichurri:

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