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Dear chimichurri fan

WELCOME to  CHE Chimichurri, a meat marinade born in the Andes of Patagonian Argentina. CHE Chimichurri is a hand-crafted, family-made meat marinade made fresh in Taos, New Mexico. Created to complement the flavor of your favorite cut of meat, not cover it up. From the Asados of the Gauchos to your barbeque at home, let CHE Chimichurri enhance your next barbeque with our Patagonian original and now our Habanero Hot varieties. Both are now available at Cids in Taos, La Montinita and Eldorado Market in Santa Fe and Whole Foods Market in Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Soon avalible on our website.

The tradition of Chimichurri

Deep in the Patagonian Andes of Argentina the Guachos spend there days hard working in the mountains. In the evenings when they finally have time to feed their souls they will enjoy an asado of the local meat they raise, accompanied by some home grown greens from the garden and potatoes from the rich Patagonian soil. The meat is typically cooked over open flame and is generously drenched in a home made Chimichurri. At CHE Chimichurri we respect these traditions with our Patagonian original, and as New Mexicans we added a little twist with our Habanero hot. Try them both as a marinade or apply it generously when its on the grill.


At CHE Chimichurri we take pride in using only the finest ingredients to make a product that is full of 100% NATURAL ingredients. This is our family recipe, made for your family with 100% LOVE!!

In this day of fast food and fast lives we at CHE Chimichurri have chosen to do this in a simple and healthier way. With the family and for the family. We hope that this shows in our product. From being created by my wife Carla, organized by me, label design by my dad Gary and his wife Jenice, web design by my brother Jesse, press by my sister Amanda and the LOVE of my two boys Jose and Lucas. I hope you enjoy our products. From my family to your family. Remember CHE Chimichurri 100% NATURAL!  100% LOVE!

Sincerely, Bret Burden