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Nice!  I found a similar one...  https://articulo.mercadolibre.com.ar/MLA-726629591-set-de-asado-cuc... (prices are in Argentine dollars).

El Cabure is Spanish for "pygmy owl" (I'm guessing you knowthis, but adding it for the benefit of the other readers...

Your post got cut off -- you were saying you went somewhere...  I'm guessing Argentina?

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