In Argentinan culture, the word for barbecue, Asado, is also the term used to reference a social gathering that revolves around the grilling of meat. A frequent weekend tradition, family and friends get together as the Asador, the individual in charge of the barbecue, passionately grills for everyone. Since the beginning of history people have been coming together to break bread. As the tradition of dining en masse exists globally, the opportunity to explore how different cultures eat has never been greater than it is today. Conversations with friends over good meals can also act as a reminder of how good life really is. Share a table, try a new dish because good memories are priceless.