What's not to love about Brazilian bbq? A variety of grilled meats brought to your table until you tell them to stop. Every meat lover's dream!
Unfortunately, Lay's messed these up. Chimichurri is a sauce native to Argentina. Authentic Brazilian style picanha is usually only seasoned with rock salt then grilled over an open flame. I've never asked for chimichurri sauce nor have I seen it at a Brazilian Churascaria (although I'm sure they have it). If you need it, your steak is probably wack, which means you're at the wrong restaurant.
These chips are really weird. Upon first bite, the mismash of flavors that lay lazily on my tastebuds are hard to explain. All the flavors kind of blend together into one virtually indistinguishable flavor. As I keep eating them (they're still kind of addictive) I'm able to barely discern "green" flavors. There you go, these taste very "green." Exactly what you'd imagine green to taste like. I taste oregano, parsley, and a bitter leafy green flavor almost reminiscent of kale. Buried beneath all that "green" flavor is an extremely subtle beef flavor. While these are still pretty good and somewhat addictive (probably all the msg), I was disappointed because the flavor could have been closer to what was advertised on the bag. Needs more beef flavor, less herb. 2.75 outta 5 on the chip mack scale